The “At Will” doctrine leaves most employees with little or no job security. However, there are a few things to keep in mind that might help keep you empoloyed. First, the more valuable you make yourself to your employer the more difficult it will be to terminate your services. Second, do not give your employer a reason to pick you. Make sure you are coming in on time, performing at your highest level and working collegially with your co-workers. Third, be proactive in meeting with your manager to discuss your performance and any improvements that can be made. Fourth, show loyalty to your manager. Managing up is just as important as managing down. Finally, if your manager gives you any assurances about your performance, compensation or job security make sure you thank them in an email so that you have a record.