No it’s just hear say rumors
Some cases are won and it helps to prevent it happening in the future
@maybe123 someone in my company went to court and filed a complaint against my job for being discriminatory when it came to her race. Didn’t seem like she had much of an argument to pitch and she still won
Sorry to hear for you
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No he wrote it off as something else. He said I alsked too many questions to my coworkers I found out recently from an old coworker
That still doesn’t sound like a valid reason
Personally you can take him to court still. You would probably win
Hi start being a decent human. Your not doing a good job
It's funny you say that. I browsed through your profile when I initially read this question and read all of the past questions you've posted. It's clear you're a drama queen who has had failure after failure in your "professional" life, and in every case you blame it on someone else. I had to laugh at that one because I've known people like you. If that makes me a bad human then so be it.By the way, for someone who claims to have an IQ of 130, you sure do struggle with grammar and punctuation.
This sort of thing makes you a good person in your opinion? Lol
And I should care why?
Because if you keep fucking up and blaming your failures on other people you're going to be a loser your entire life. Your choice.
cool story bro
What is that
I got fired for not wearing a covid mask in late 2020.
@CuriousMufuxka I am not for masking wearing entirely, but it sounds like you got in trouble for not complying to rules within your company. That’s a valid reason to be fired
@kyleelyn199723 right. many jobs have mandatory safety equipment.
@kyleelyn199723 The manager and H. R. rep at the time were not wearing them either! Company policy should reach across the board..
@slatyb exactly. It’s selfish to think you are above company rules. My company only mandates them when the town mandates them, so it’s literally a law at that point
@CuriousMufuxka so you mean to tell me they fired you even though they weren’t wearing masks? I don’t buy that
Lol right wing ding dongs conflating legit discrimination with mask policies is so perfectly on point.
@nachosaresexy I am right wing and not even unreasonable enough to blame me defying rules as an invalid reason to get fired
@kyleelyn199723 I'm not selling. I seen both of them multiple times out on the floor also not wearing safety glasses and reflective vests. Rules only apply to some..
@CuriousMufuxka regardless of who did what, you still defied rules and that’s why you got fired.
@kyleelyn199723 You just don't understand actual safety, and would bet you've never worked in a warehouse. Albeit a manager should not only follow rules, but be a practitioner of those.
@curioismufuxka I have never worked at a warehouse, but I have been working through a pandemic and rules are rules. It’s kind of like the equivalent of getting a speeding ticket “but hey that car was going 20 mph over the speed limit too” but yes that cop Singled you out and you got the ticket.
It’s simply put. You thought you could defy a rule , and it didn’t benefit you. It’s kind of like, if my job mandates the vaccine, I’m taking my ass else where, I don’t need them to terminate me if I don’t like their rules.
@kyleelyn199723 yeah, my previous comment directed toward Captain Curious Derp Derp's whining about being fired for not following company policy. But with your comment about your company bowing down to the town's rules... that's fine, I guess, but it's also fine for private companies to establish guidelines at their own discretion, for what's best for their employees/customers/etc. Again, this ain't discriminatory, saying "well we don't like no homos so we won't bake you no cake" ... this is based on a legitimate global health crisis that private businesses have a right to make their own rules for what happens within the boundaries of their private bidness.
@nachsaresexy well my job believes in freedom of doing what’s best for you, up until at least you are sick. Like masks aren’t mandated right now, but because I have the flu and been out from work for a couple of days, when I go back I have to wear a mask. It’s understandable. I also do work In a town where the majority do not like mask wearing, so I think my company accommodates that, but also does suggest the wearing of masks
@kyleelyn199723 I almost completely disagree. Agreed point on vaccine. Anyway the point I'm making is that rules are enforced, but not carried out. When "Higher ups" aren't wearing masks.. What kind of example does that show? It's hypocrisy! This has nothing to do with speeding lol or your subpar comparisons. Maskism
@CuriousMufuxka actually it’s the same exact concept. The bottom line is you thought because others are defying rules , you can too. Same exact old saying of “if your friends jumped off the bridge, would you do it too” of course you agree with my vaccine scenario, because you are right wing, but refuse to agree with any left wing scenarios even if they are correct
@kyleelyn199723 appreciate your point of view, but I happen to disagree with a lot of it.Like your situation with the flu... have you been covid tested this week? Either way, we're obviously in the midst of a global pandemic. It's not the cold or flu. One case can easily spread, to employees, customers, friends & family of employees/customers, etc. Waiting around for an employee to get sick before taking any sort of reasonable precaution is... questionable.
@kyleelyn199723 Oh dear.. Again the point is both that were not wearing any PPE, eh that's alright. Guy that doesn't put it on a couple times, lol fired. If you do not see the hypocrisy than I suppose it's a moot point in this discussion.
@nachosarsexy hun it’s flu season. I tested three times and they all came back negative. Just because we are in a global pandemic, doesn’t mean all illnesses stop
... but I can imagine the pressure of trying to run a business in a small town with pressure on all sides ain't easy. Trying to appease sides to mitigate impact to your bottom line miiiight just happen to conflict with establishing the ideal health protocols.
@CuriousMufuxka the bottom point is, the only thing you are leeching off and hinting at is they didn’t like you. You gave them a valid reason to fire you by not wearing a mask, even if they didn’t like you personally. “Maskism” argument wouldn’t even hold up in court validly because regardless, you defied a rule
@nachosarexy my company can choose what they would like to do even if it doesn’t benefit your personal views.
@kyleelyn199723 absolutely. personal freedom all day long. problem is it ain't freedom from consequences.
@nachosaresexy of course, but that’s up to the company. Personally I work on a restaurant and it doesn’t make a difference. We see 400 people on a daily basis. Go up to their tables, they are maskless, in groups, enjoying their time. Then we go home and do the same exact thing. You can’t stop life from happening. It’s been 2 years. People need a sense of freedom.
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@CuriousMufuxka bruh feels like you're leaving out important context. Here's what i mean...1. You got fired for not complying with company maskin policy. So, what type of job / work environment? When/where was you not wearin da mask?2. The boss peeps called you on it and in a small setting of 3 peeps (?) nobody was sportin a chin diaper.These are seemingly different circumstances.
@kyleelyn199723 Lol court? I'm saying (Again for fuck sakes) that all personnel should be accountable! I'm gonna go answer more questions. Hopefully more accurately since this one is about sexism!
@CuriousMufuxka I disagree. If you were to actually personally listen to the rules, they would have no reason to fire you, even if they weren’t wearing masks either. That’s the bottom line.
@kyleelyn199723 i'm legit glad to hear you only have the flu rather than covid, as the flu tends to be less impactful/threatening, both short & long term. My point was for your company to sit back and wait for someone to get sick, herpes/flu/covid/whatever, before taking any sort of precaution is--in the midst of a global pandemic--at the very least questionable.
@kyleelyn199723 ... but small town pressure ("no chin diapers!!") I can certainly appreciate the difficult spot it puts a business owner in.
@nachosarsexy hey if you can walk around in Walmart without a mask , I think you should be able to do pretty much do anything else without a mask. A mask hasn’t been mandated in any Walmarts since almost forever ago. I actually think my flu is worse than the new variant. My sister had Covid and she seems to be in better shape than I am in
My sister has covid*
@nachosaresexy Apparently you didn't read the details of this convo.. Captain tried to score some pussy points and got none hun. Ok, now I'm really leaving this thread lol
@kyleelyn199723 da walmart is a low lowwww bar to set for any sort of social discussion. :)
@nachosaresexy I disagree, Walmart is a highly populated place to shop regardless if Walmart is low quality, low budget
like, fo real, do you even need to wear shoes in a walmart?
Lmao! It’s pjs galore in Walmart. Cookie Monster pajamas
@kyleelyn199723 hey i know if disagree on anything on the internets places then we're supposed to be bitter enemies but you're actually kinda cool. I mean you suck but not completely.
@nachosaresexy people that turn into whiney babies are over politics are the biggest problem in our society lol but you are cool also
@kyleelyn199723 ugh, what a boring outcome. I guess we should tell errrbody we're paid to spread peace & joy on here.
Then what is?
Pretty sure ik who this is... you only support women who fit in your mold. Poor Maggie s. She’s only a lower middle class lesbian and you hated her stfu you a fakist not a feminist
I have no idea what any of that means.You are female. There was conflict with men. This is true, but gender is an inconsequential detail. Termination was based on behavior.
Please see a psychopath psychiatrist
"Boss thought I was too loud and knew more than the men"I mean, yeah, that's not discriminatory. I'm guessing there's more to the story you left out, that might have 'legs' if you contacted HR / pursued legal action. But based on your brief description your best bet would be a quick small settlement offer.
I’m not trying to sue. Stop defending a fake feminist
Were you the only female employee? If not, you can't claim sexism.I get it. Being fired sucks. Learn from it and grow.
I was there for two weeks and we were in training. If you don’t believe me please contact my coworkers. Or Brian cline. There were two other females in the whole department. He gave the girl with no college degree didn’t know what hot keys were a permanent position only because she would openly flirt with him back. I don’t hate you I think you need to grow up.
Let's agree to disagree.
@myabe123 I have no clue who either of y'all are, so try to relax... might help you from being fired at your next gig. Your (former) boss might be a complete d*ck who favors dudes, but I'm just saying your brief description offers nothing that would be legitimately protected under discriminatory action.