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steveVa    Posted 10-23-2018 at 22:54:25 [URL] [DELETE]        [Reply] [No Email]  
  • Me two. Or three. Or none?
  • One of the hardest things to do in business is to choose good dependable employees.
    I wonder how many employers will avoid hiring attractive women for fear of future issues and accusations.
    Just wait till next year when all the "me too" hype types are wondering why they cannot find a job. The pendulam swings in both directions.
    The real sad part is that now many qualified attractive woman may not be hired for the same fears. The false accusers and the media will be responsible, bu5 will never admit it.
    Dont get me wrong I think abuse of power or position is wrong and should be eliminated, but so should false reports.

    Dean    Posted 10-24-2018 at 09:48:13 [URL] [DELETE]        [Reply] [No Email]  
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  • Bingo, Steve.

    Why take an unnecessary risk?


    Ed Gooding (VA)    Posted 10-24-2018 at 04:53:59 [URL] [DELETE]        [Reply] [Email]  
  • Re: Me two. Or three. Or none?
  • It's a valid concern, Steve and has been for long before the #metoo crap started. A male boss doesn't need to be paranoid, but it sure makes sense to be cautious and maybe follow Mike Pence's policy of not being alone with another woman, whether she's attractive or not. If I meet one-on-one with a female employee, I leave the door to the office open. If the meeting necessitates privacy (HR issue), then I have another female employee in the room, too (HR person, female manager, etc.).

    Years ago I hired a female manager who filed a hostile environment suit against my company. In the course of doing discovery, we found she had done this crap to two former employers. She was very smart about it - she only asked for enough in damages to make it worthwhile to just stroke the check and make her go away. Our attorney told us, "It will cost you at least $30,000 for me to beat her in court, and if we happen to lose, it may cost 10x that. Stroke the check and make her go away. In the meantime, I'll play some games that will cause her attorney to run the meter on her so she'll only get maybe half of it and maybe she'll stop this little game."

    A lot of black men were beaten, castrated and lynched after false accusations by women in the dark days of civil rights. A lot of women suffered horribly from false accusations in Salem, MA before our founding principles of presumption of innocence and due process were implemented. If we would still teach founding principles and the reasons behind them in high school and then follow them vs. this mob rule crap we are seeing from the left, we would not have to worry about the #metoo movement, in my opinion.

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