Skip to comments.U.S. Employment Discrimination Law Does Not Include Party Affiliation
Posted on 11/09/2012 11:10:00 AM PST by Cindy of Nashville
Obama wanted his voters to seek revenge. What is fair for their side should be fair for our side. The U.S. Employment Discrimination Law covers, Race, Sex, Pregnancy, Religion, National Origin, Disability, Age, Military Affiliation, Bankruptcy, Genetic Info, and Citizenship. It does not cover party affiliation. If you have a business and you don't want any commie Democrats working for you, you should have the right to advertise "Democrats Need Not Apply". And if they lie to get hired, you should have the right to fire them at the first sign that they are a liberal Democrat.
California is the base for most communists activity in the US. NY is next.
Every once in a while I fantasize about what might happen were seawater (or some other solvent) to wind up flowing through certain geological faults in the Bay Area.
I can dream...
In my state, for state jobs, they know how to keep the Republicans out. You get ten whole points for being a Veteran. The interview is worth 150 points.. (3 interviewers with 50 points each). The interviewers do not have to explain how they assign points to their interview score. As a Veteran, you start your interview at minus twenty with each interviewer. They know how to rig the game.
Does an employer have to give cause? Couldn't you just say, "I'm letting you go"?
” Do it from the free wifi connection at your local lib owned coffee shop ;)”
With somebody else’s laptop...
Yup. :) Or a 9.99 wifi dongle. Toss it when your done.
“I agree with you on Constitutional grounds, but I doubt your local labor relations board would see it that way.”
If that were the case, the local politicians would have to hire aids from the opposite party.
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