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The Invincible Dogma

john653 Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 9:25 AM
its the same as ratings for employees. When a manager wants to get rid of somebody, they say 'he/she is disruptive' or ' does not fit in' or ? Then it ends up being a he said/she said controversy, that for the most part is hardly worth fighting so the employee leaves. I would really like to see a company like SEARS when false charges like this are enforced, the company says 'fine', and closes all the stores and fires all the employees and declares bankruptcy. Then may the prosecuter might feel a stick in the eye? But thinking about it, the prosecuter wouldnt feel bad that thousands just lost their jobs, he/she would declare a victory.
A long-standing legal charade was played out again recently, when Federal Express paid $3 million to settle an employment discrimination case brought by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Federal Express was accused of both racial discrimination and sex discrimination. FedEx denied it.

Why then did they pay the $3 million? Because it can cost a lot more than $3 million to fight a discrimination case. Years ago, the Sears department store chain spent $20 million fighting a sex discrimination charge that took 15 years to make its way through the legal labyrinth. In the end, Sears won -- if spending $20 million and...