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restaurant manger fired for socializing with subordinates; suit rejected
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Court rejects suit against restaurant

Katie Nelson
The Arizona Republic
Jun. 16, 2005 12:00 AM

CHANDLER - The Serrano family has been dishing up classic Mexican fare at its East Valley eateries for 25 years. But for the past four, the prominent Chandler family has been fighting a lawsuit that would have forced it to fork over a fistful of cash.

Its battle ended Wednesday with a federal court decision. The jury refused to award money to a manager who was fired for holding Bible-study classes that included three Serrano's servers.

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The issue stemmed from 2001, when Naeve started holding a Bible study for her Church of the Nazarene congregation. The beginners class wasn't held on company time or property, but three of Naeve's employees were among those who attended.

Serrano's argued this violated the Chandler-based business' "Manager's Code of Conduct," a policy that prevented supervisors from socializing with subordinates.

http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/local/articles...
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