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CNN: Phony Web site mocks conservative

BFISA

Well-Known Member
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The company I usedta work for takes/looks at resumes offa monster.com-thats how they hired sales peeps and IT personnel. One day, the HR queen was doing her daily scanning and found that onea our sales girls had posted a resume-for another company.

She was fired within an hour of the finding!!
 

AnteaterRaider

Carpe Diem et omni Mundio
Staff member
Super Moderator
Podcaster
#4
Businesses do have that right
That's not entirely under freedom of speech because your representing your company.


A conservative columnist, michelle malkin, got this really hateful email (basically you stink you **** go eat **** and drop dead you ****) that was sent by a legal secretary from his work account. The secretary was fired because he used his work account and as such was representing the firm in a bad light.
 
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BFISA said:
The company I usedta work for takes/looks at resumes offa monster.com-thats how they hired sales peeps and IT personnel. One day, the HR queen was doing her daily scanning and found that onea our sales girls had posted a resume-for another company.

She was fired within an hour of the finding!!
That's not legal to fire someone for posting their resume on Monster. She could have had a nice lawsuit. Our HR person has seen my resume on Monster. She's even let me know that she's seen it. They would never fire me for it though.
 

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