Sunday, December 23, 2012 7:45:44 PM
It doesn't matter if YOU think this particular woman is `hot.`
The problem is, the court has set a president now: A person can be refused employment/terminated on the grounds the employer feels their presence would interfere in the marriage of third parties in the business. No direct action required on the part of the person being fired.
It`s a bad court ruling. If she didn`t commit any misconduct and she wasn`t being laid off due to lack of payroll, she shouldn`t have been removed.
Sunday, December 23, 2012 6:46:41 PM
s the chick in the OP the one fired for being too "hot"? I would appeal stating that she is, in fact, not hot. It wasn't a matter of her being a Photoshop-less super model. It was that his wife worked there too and was jealous of their friendship so, she made him fire his assistant.