Supreme Court to consider workplace harassment rules

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ameevit wrote:

I cannot imagine what this lady went through, she said she was “SLAPPED”? WHAT?? That is totally unacceptable and the police should have been called and the person that slapped her should have faced assault charges.

Nov 23, 2012 12:16pm EST  --  Report as abuse
BioStudies wrote:

This seems like a woman who is trying to get more than they deserve. The lower courts already noted that the company took actions on their own accord to solve the problem and the “abuser” has no control over this woman’s job. Typical social engineering by the left on this one.

Nov 23, 2012 3:14pm EST  --  Report as abuse
UnPartisan wrote:

Another wanna be victim. She is looking for money, not justice. All of her stories are probably fabricated.

Nov 23, 2012 7:25pm EST  --  Report as abuse
usagadfly wrote:

America is far, far too lax with management and supervision. Often workplaces are terrorized by supervisors who behave like petty tyrants without any check from their own supervisors. Time for the legal impunity of these s.o.b supervisors to stop.

The real problem is their own bosses, but then given the total lack of US corporate governance law that is not surprising.

Nov 24, 2012 9:08am EST  --  Report as abuse
jasonbrann wrote:

obviously some of these white trash right wing commenters have never been a minority in indiana. that place is hell on earth.

Nov 24, 2012 9:47am EST  --  Report as abuse
UnPartisan wrote:

@jasonbrann

You know using the words white trash is the equivalent of n*****. Nothing spells progressive quite like a self-righteous, white hating, racist.

Nov 24, 2012 7:03pm EST  --  Report as abuse
randburg100 wrote:

The really scary bit is that we in the UK eventually get subject to the mindless, legalistic BS that emanates from the US…the litigious drivel, the mindless PC brigade,excessive consumption….

Nov 25, 2012 7:22am EST  --  Report as abuse
TonyD1 wrote:

If refusing an order from a person can result in an insubordination reprimand, that person is a supervisor, regardless of who actually issues the reprimand.

Nov 25, 2012 3:05pm EST  --  Report as abuse
TonyD1 wrote:

@UnPartisan

The university does not deny that the incidents occurred. Only that Davis doesn’t fit the legal definition of ‘supervisor’.

Nov 25, 2012 3:11pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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