Carlos7 Wrote:
May 27, 2013 8:22 AM
This already happens in many workplaces ... A woman complains; the guy is (eventually) fired. So frightened are employers, they settle (their lawyers instruct them to do so) these complaints out of court with cash payments, often with not an iota of evidence of such harassment. Then the woman resigns her position (she made her money!), and restarts the procedure at a new (unsuspecting) employer. Even if the guy keeps his job (because there is not an iota of evidence against him), the now-angry employer simply throws him out during the next round of layoffs. Many employers have annual "cost cutting" layoffs. And these are meant to eliminate the "undesirable" workers (i.e., anyone they view as a liability). Fairness?