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#notyourmaid

By Anonymous - / Thursday 17 May 2018 01:30 /
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By  GamerChickxoxo  |  6

Contact the labor bored,firing you over that is a violation of your rights. that business is in a lot of trouble.technically that was a "biohazard" making it an unsafe work environment, you have the "right to refuse" unsafe work or working conditions and they cannot fire you for it.you should speak to a lawyer immediately as well. you may not get your job back, but you may end up with a few years worth of pay while your looking for a new job. They royally fucked up.

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By  GamerChickxoxo  |  6

Contact the labor bored,firing you over that is a violation of your rights. that business is in a lot of trouble.technically that was a "biohazard" making it an unsafe work environment, you have the "right to refuse" unsafe work or working conditions and they cannot fire you for it.you should speak to a lawyer immediately as well. you may not get your job back, but you may end up with a few years worth of pay while your looking for a new job. They royally fucked up.

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  Rhett_15  |  19

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They were wrongfully terminated. who knows how long it could take them to get another job,if they are able to find one.i live in a small town where there isn't many jobs available.
a sum of $75 000 could cover 3 years worth of their pay while they look for a new job, pay they would have gotten if they weren't wrongfully terminated.This person may have a family to support, they still have a place to live,bills to pay, and mouth/s to feed like the rest of us.So why shouldn't they get compensation for the amount of time they could be out of work for ?

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  Rhett_15  |  19

If it's taking them 3 years to find a job, there are problems other than no jobs being available. They don't need $75,000 to find a new job. And let's bear in mind that if they'd just done their job and cleaned up the mess, they wouldn't have been fired. Yeah cleaning up shit is no fun, but if you want a position where that's not your responsibility, go to college. I'm currently paying my way through college with student loans and a full time job, and I intend to do the same thing with medical school.

By  DraftHail614  |  16

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  t_rosie  |  7

OP being a woman is important because if she wasn't, then she wouldn't be in this situation??
Source: the four dudes before her who still got their jobs

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  Mungolikecandy  |  14

Incel is thataway >>>>

By  Stealthninjaa  |  19

Better to get fired than be forced to do something way outside a cashier's appropriate job description. Jobs like that are easily replaced, you can find someplace else to work where you won't have to deal with as much crap.

By  Mungolikecandy  |  14

If four other people refused before you and were not fired you have a very good case for unfair dismissal. I understand even fire at will States (if you are in the US) have protections against being fired because of gender.

By  nyes  |  17

You got yourself into a shitty situation there..but honestly call someone they can’t fire you over something that isn’t your job to deal with. They should be firing everyone else who refused.

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