ikanreed: Or you know, you could take the quiz and find that asking a co-worker on a date is perfectly legal(as long as you aren't their manager). It's doing it over and over after they've made their feelings clear that is illegal.
ILoveBurritos: Except the owner of the paper isn't even shy about using the paper as his tool.http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/11/business/media/san-diego-union-tri bu ne-open-about-its-pro-business-motives.html?_r=0
Cagey B: pedobearapproved: downstairs: I stopped after answering #1. Don't get involved in others lives. Do your job. Complain if others aren't doing theirs, fine. But beyond that... NOYB.If you weren't the lowest of low level employees you'd know that's not the case. The first time you hear an employee complain of harassment you'll wish you'd known that your shift manager likes to get touchy with his female co-workers.To be fair, it's possible this dude is self-employed. But yeah, if you're supervising, you'd better be on this shiat.
farker99: HotWingAgenda:The Union Trib in San Diego is infamous for yellow journalism. Don't treat anything they report as factually accurate.Came to see this, leaving satisfied.
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