32 “Whoever acknowledges me before others, I will also acknowledge before my Father in heaven. 33 But whoever disowns me before others, I will disown before my Father in heaven.
In the end, I bet my former supervisor is happy because I did not try to "build a pattern of "coulds" ", and the HR department was glad I did not waste their time.
which causes me to question why the city does not reveal exactly what the basis was for his termination
in fact, the city was pissed it was unable to conceal the nature of its unpaid suspension of the fire chief because he disclosed it in church. he dared mention what was being inflicted upon him by the city while it was not paying him any wage
And what issue did you have with your former supervisor that you didnt report?
Do we know if there were prior incidents or complaints against him? Employees may have made complaints to HR and those might be confidential but show a pattern . Even if they werent actionable or able to subtantiate them. This book would be more supporting evidence.
Yes, she did openly identify as a lesbian and and an atheist. Yes, she informed me directly that she had a dim view of the social goals of conservative Christians and the place of conservative religion in America. Yes, she knew I was a conservative Christian (pro life bumper sticker on my car, I also periodically requested vacation time to go to church services during the week, took off for Good Friday etc.).
So, she might have decided that she did not like me personally and could have decided to discriminate against me. Yes, I could have went to HR, but I dont favor turning people in for what they "might" decide and "could" do. It is simply against basic fairness and wastes time.
Last edited by Cryptic; 01-12-15 at 01:08 PM.
You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville