Court says workplace complaints don't have to be written
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#1 Mar 22, 2011
Oh, Oh... Is that Mr. Kock and Scott Walker I see peeking around the corner over there!
#2 Mar 22, 2011
Have to admit, its a blow to both of them.
#3 Mar 22, 2011
Time clocks in the wrong place?
#4 Mar 22, 2011
Yeah, that's an odd one. Here is what comes to mind:
Boss: "You're late again!"
Employee: "The time clock is in the wrong place and makes me late."
Boss: "Can you get here a little earlier, perhaps?"
Employee: "OSHA compliance regulation 7C695 states:'Employees must not be made to wait to clock in for work, nor can the time clock be within 10 feet of the production floor.' So you better move the clock or I'm reporting you to OSHA."
Boss: "You're fired."
Employee: "See you in court."
#5 Mar 22, 2011
And then there are those that don`t read what went down...but are Republican just the same.
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