So what about the firing “for any reason” mantra so often expressed around here?
As a “lower-case” libertarian, I support firing for any reason. And yes, there are times when it might be completely unfair. But it’s not the govt’s job to make fair; the community, media, and market should handle that.
Fire away, statists.
posted on 12/22/2012 11:24:01 AM PST
by Gene Eric
(Demoralization is a weapon of the enemy. Don't get it, don't spread it!)
To: Gene Eric
There is a difference between firing and laying off. One carries a connotation of poor performance or wrongdoing. If the pretext for firing rises to the level of slander and is demonstrably inaccurate, there should be not just a penalty for it but restrictions. I say that as a former business owner who has hired, fired and laid people off in the past.
Employment at will does not mean you're free to be a lying @hole. It's their livelihood, you're throwing their lives into turmoil. Not a thing to be flippant or vindictive about, at all, for your good as well as theirs.
To: Gene Eric; MinuteGal
One way to look at the need for ugly
women (per the dentist’ wife) is -
more job opportunities for the femi-nazi’s.
posted on 12/22/2012 11:39:04 AM PST
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