Her workplace has been temporarily relocated for the past two weeks. The company has been talking and planning for the new office in the new building. This morning she walked into work and was met with a box of her stuff and a letter stating her position was "being eliminated". Now, of course, her paperwork doesn't mention anything about her mental health issues or how she's been affected by the shooting, but I don't doubt that that is the real reason she is being let go.
Is there anything she can do other than sign the non-disclosure agreement and accept that her position is being eliminated? Can she fight back in any way? It's like she is being punished by the company because she was in the building when a mass shooting happened and is suffering major PTSD from that. What kind of company does that?