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By Anonymous - / Thursday 30 July 2015 21:50 / United States - San Francisco
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By  Rasdf  |  10

Well then.

By  ccatayaa  |  7

at least they are sugar coating it ?

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  cupcakebruh  |  21

#44, I think OP is talking about how legally you're not aloud to fire someone because of religion, race, sexuality, or even just not liking them, but if you find that they did something wrong, even a minor mistake, they can fire them and say its for this reason and then it becomes perfectly legal.

By  hasooon  |  24

Life is full of opportunities. You will have a job in no time.

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  FEATHDUCK  |  19

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  Marti513  |  2

If you do this, make sure every single thing you say or post is 100% true. You are committing it to record by sharing it, and companies will (legally) go after you if you lie on record, no matter how many times they lied off the record.

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  ThatHorse  |  15

Not to mention if you don't have proof they can still go after you even if you are speaking the truth. It's in the laws of most countries that you can sue another individual for talking shit about you.

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