By XxJennJennXxX / Friday 20 January 2012 12:13 / United States
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  ICaughtFire  |  4

I wonder if what #1 meant was to tell OP that he should go see his coworkers spouse while said coworker is at work the next day. Kind of like "I may go look for a job today, while you're at work, or I may go see your wife/husband. Who knows?"

  Laurenlou  |  24

51- OP's name says "JennJenn."
I'm guessing that OP is female. It would have been easier for another female to imitate her voice, verses a male imitating her voice.

By  desireev  |  17

Although that was very rude of your coworker, I wouldn't think your boss would be able to fire you for that. First reason being that it wasn't you who was saying those things. Second reason being that you're supposed to keep all personal matters and feelings outside of the workplace. So him getting mad about the things said about his daughter would be getting mad over a personal matter. I believe that would be wrongful termination. You should check in to that, OP.

  RedPillSucks  |  31

Different states in the US have different laws about wrongful termination. Some states allow a worker to be fired without cause, as long as the cause is not related to gender, sexual orientation, race, or religion.

  desireev  |  17

Is he talking to me?
I don't act like I know it all. That's why I only comment on maybe 2 FMLs a day. I only comment on ones that I, for sure, know about.
I really hope he's not talking to me. :(

  PaulB123  |  11

33 I see what you're saying, but it obviously doesn't apply to all situations. Imagine if the worker went up to the boss and called his daughter ugly and fat. As well as many other vulgar names. You don't think he could fire him/her for that?

  desireev  |  17

37 and 42- There was a guy on here before and he called someone a stuck up, know-it-all and said some really mean things. But nobody knew who he was talking to.. I guess the mods didn't find the comment too appealing either..

  desireev  |  17

49- No. I don't believe he should be able to fire someone for that. But I am also a firm believer in keeping personal life and matters out of the workplace. To each their own, I guess..

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