Yes, they should be allowed to demand a traditional Christian moral code from all teachers
They should be allowed if they prove they apply the same standards to all teachers
They should be allowed, but that doesn't make it right
They are discriminating against women, since fornication is more obvious with them
If the school board members can prove they never fornicated, then they stand on solid ground
Christian schools should not be allowed to discriminate on moral grounds
Christians are the biggest bunch of hypocrites on the face of the Earth!
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Truth rings hollow in empty heads.
Check out the tits in the article.......I mean read the article.Nikolai Grushevski, a man from Corpus Christi, has filed a lawsuit because Hooters wouldn't let him work as a waiter, which we guess would be called a Hooters Boy.
Man Wants To Lick Hooters (In The Courtroom) - Houston News - Hair Balls
If said firing clause is in the employment contract then yes thats their right.
Jackboots always come in matched pairs, a left boot and a right boot.
They also can't force her to take the job. An employment agreement is two way.
This does not apply here though. I don't think the school should have fired her unless she has some kind of history. Not for one slip, but they are well within their rights as far as Florida law goes.
Last edited by Black Dog; 06-10-10 at 06:17 PM.
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The employment agreement is a two way relationship but it is an uneven power balance between the employer and the employee. The employer holds a huge amount of leverage over the employee in the way of his salary, his reputation, his retirement vestment, health benefits, etc. For that reason, there are safeguards in place to prevent abusive situations, one of which is undue intrusion into the personal life of the employee by the employer. The employer solicits the responsibility...he advertises the position and entices the employee into his business. There is an understood agreement upon entering the employment relationship that the employee will perform his job function adequately and commensurate with the pay and the employer will treat the employee fairly and equally.
What this woman is going to do is show a hostility toward her pregnancy and thereby her gender and make them pay through the nose...as well she should. The "at will" status of Florida's labor laws does not negate the employer's responsibility to not be abusive or intrusive. "At will" sounds really great and all and like the employee has every right to walk away just like the employer but even that is unbalanced. The employer might end the agreement on a whim with no repercussions, but you let the employee do that and there's all kinds of backlash in the form of reference and reputation problems.