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« Ignoring complaints about air conditioning could subject a business to a discrimination claim | Main | Protecting your company against discrimination claims from summer dress codes »

July 17, 2012


Ashley Casas

Well, if you don't want to be involve in such termination case, then just do your job properly. Avoid posting malevolent updates against your co-workers or even the company itself. Additionally, it could be better if an Employer will just be open-minded to what their employees think about the management process within the company. Through these it will avoid conflicts against employees and employers.

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