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Reply #36: I also read the article and it does NOT get any better. [View All]

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neweurope Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-31-05 07:37 AM
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36. I also read the article and it does NOT get any better.
Read again: "Since employers are not obligated to inform employees of their legally-protected right to associate with their co-workers, how can we expect any employee to assume that a rule banning fraternization doesn't interfere with these rights? And why would someone risk violating a no-fraternization rule, given that most employees work 'at will'meaning they can be fired for no reason?"

Even if you were right - and you aren't - this should be fought! If nobody protests this then what will be the NEXT thing they come up with??

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