I see you've completely ignored the rest of the relevant points of the question.<quoted text>
So people should lose their jobs for being charged with a crime? What if they are not convicted? What if they are falsely accused? If they cannot earn any income, you gona pay their expenses? Feed them? House them?
Should Kobe have been kicked off the Lakers for a booty call that accused him of rape? He's never been convicted of that crime?
What about the Duke Lacrosse team accused of rape? Came to light that the DA ignored the facts and wanted to make a high profile example of them regardless of their innocence.
But you're ok with a speedy job loss because justice is not swift enough for you?
Maybe.Was he bringing a weapon into the workplace?
Kinda.Was he a hot head at work?
Who said it didn't?Apparently his crime did not warrant any jail time.
A man carries around a loaded gun and you're concerned with his "job performance?"I don't see how it pertains to his job performance.
Initially, I was gonna ask if he didn't show any racism at work, how would anyone know he's a racist? But I know you'd probably counter with maybe his boss saw his social media page or blog with him dressed as KKK. But if he doesn't show any at work (which is unlikely) then what's the big deal?"No" - Racist remarks. Cool with the dog. big surprise.
Or an adult, which was the other part of your question."Yes" - Striking a child. Bad.
Zactly. Remember the fifty shades of gray, tonks. Things aren't always as simple as black and white."Maybe" - Firing a good employee who stikes someone. And what is your criteria for choosing either yes or no?
"Depends" - Same thing. What is your criteria for deterimining if a fight during your personal time is a firable offense.