By shatfjord - / Friday 10 October 2014 22:34 / United States - Rochester
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  Lehk  |  8

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment


I too agree that either you or your boss must provide proof of their side of the story before any suspensions can even occur. Otherwise it's probably illegal to force leave.

  clemsi  |  20

A lot of workplaces in the US use a at will model for employment. So unless OPs work has a employee handbook that lays out reasons for suspension/termination, or they had you sign some papers that state how they can suspend/fire you, OPs boss might not have to give a reason.

  skittyskatbrat  |  19

well, any reason except "race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age or disability." Those were the biggies, so they are banned. But the boss can come up with any BS reason or none at all as a cause to fire/suspend/etc. Some states and cities have added sexual orientation and gender identity to it, and some have covered maternity, too...but most places you can fire/suspend/etc. for any reason except the EOC reasons above.

By  Lhiah  |  17

Put more viruses on his computer.

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