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    Default Business Won't Fire Key Employee Despite Misconduct

    My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Nevada

    An employee ( he) is guilty of having sex with a customer, theft, and sexual harassment. Because he is a key employee that makes the business a lot of money, the business refuses to fire him.

    Other employees have been fired for their first offense of having sex with customer or theft.

    Will the EEOC act when the company doesn't follow its own rules and guidelines?

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    Default Re: Will the Eeoc Act in This Case

    Are all these different harassment scenarios you're posting homework? This can't all be happening to you...

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    Default Re: Will the Eeoc Act in This Case

    Your question was answered in your second (of 3) thread on the same topic: http://www.expertlaw.com/forums/showthread.php?t=118766

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    Default Re: Will the Eeoc Act in This Case

    Actually, each of the three stories the OP has presented is slightly different - which leads me to think that none of the stories are real and that the OP is either a troll or a student troll.

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    Default Re: Will the Eeoc Act in This Case

    Wow.

    Three threads, huh?

    I guess you really hope for a different answer.

    How about I add a question... what does this matter to YOU?

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    Default Re: Will the Eeoc Act in This Case

    Why you worried about this? You wanting to do the same .. the guy sounds like a good role model.

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    Default Re: Business Won't Fire Key Employee Despite Misconduct

    Folks, this guy is a troll. Administrator, please ban this individual.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Business Won't Fire Key Employee Despite Misconduct

    Quote Quoting Javer
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    An employee ( he) is guilty of having sex with a customer, theft, and sexual harassment. Because he is a key employee that makes the business a lot of money, the business refuses to fire him.
    Try this
    http://www.google.com/search?client=...UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

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    Default Re: Business Won't Fire Key Employee Despite Misconduct

    Okay, we need to settle this matter now.

    I cannot think of a single instance in which the law requires an employer to fire an employee. If the employee is continually illegally harassing someone and the company fails to take action to stop it, they can be held liable. But "stopping it" does not necessitate firing.

    That is going to be the answer no matter how many times you post.

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