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Illegal business tricks: Can my company do that?

Because I used to be a corporate HR person, people ask me HR questions all the time. One of the most popular forms of question that I get asked is: Can my company actually do that?

The answer often is: Well, not legally, but it appears they did anyway.

Im not a lawyer. I dont send people off to sue their current or past employer (or at least I havent so far). Life is long. So man......

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He said with the widest eyes: But Samantha, its only because I knew you werent going to be there. I would have never insulted you with that kind of language if you were in the room!
Is sexual harassment the hostile environment kind still harassment if the person for whom the environme......

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Liz Ryan is the founder of ChicWIT (Chicago Women in Technology) and founder of WorldWIT (World Women in Technology). She can be e-mailed at lizryan@worldwit.org. Her column Nine2Five, which appears on ePrairie
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Source:wistechnology.com By Liz Ryan 10/01/04


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