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Your employer may not fire you for filing a claim for illegal harassment. However, what your coworker is doing does not appear to be illegal harassment. For harassment to be illegal, it must be...
Dental work comin' up!
I think CONNOR99 is way way way more confused than the OP of this thread! :D
...whatever that means. :cool:
Actually, I don't believe there are any regulars who think any of our beloved cbg's posts are unwarranted and offensive! (Except you, of course, but given that you're trying to hoodwink us into...
Actually, I really liked post 4! It was great!
What did the police say when you reported his trespass/break-in on/into your property?
Yes really, where did OP and/or his wife get that idea? Think of the millions of couples who get officially legal divorces and then one or both gets legally married again...if one member of the...
Yes, I noticed that you agree that your question has been answered. So why do you keep returning here?
While the last sentence of OP's post ("This is a union job, but there is nothing addressing this in the contract.") doesn't explicitly state that OP and his coworkers are union members, I think the...
The BBB won't (and aren't legally able) to do anything. They have no authority.
I am confused. (Even more than usual, if you can believe it!) Is the OP saying that the bad guy is using his address as a maildrop, and he's worried the cops might search and seize his home because...
Yes, as llworking asked, what are the damages to your car due to this soda?
I tried to read the whole thing but it was difficult. Please paragraph it and insert some white space. I will then try it again.
What you're legally allowed to ask applicants varies by state. For example, while some states allow you to ask about criminal records, others prefer you limit the wording of those questions, and...
Like button. Agree entirely.
If you can show (with hard evidence) that they booted you out solely because of your race/ethnicity, and for no other reason whatsoever, then you might have a case for illegal discrimination. ...
Not necessarily. Your coworker does not mandate what your employer does in response to your actions/her complaint. Even though your coworker may have put this incident behind her, your employer may...
No, llworking didn't say anything about employees. He talked about clients - a whole different entity.
You are OK.