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Group 4: Firing Employees Based on Conduct Outside of Work

Instructions: Discuss your views, opinions, and supporting arguments on the issue of firing employees based on their conduct outside of work. Support your comments with your experiences, values and supporting arguments from readings and research. Post a minumum of three messages each week to your discussion (from Tuesday to following Tuesday), and try to reply to other's comments and questions. After you've discussed a range of viewpoints, compare and contrast views and arguments to establish a common ground.

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  1. First message. Wolfgang Batt, Nov 15, 2000, 8:52 AM
  2. Employers have a right to protect their corporate image. , Nov 16, 2000, 1:36 PM
    1. Some employers may take this too far. , Nov 18, 2000, 11:37 PM
      1. Racism can be a good reason to fire someone. , Nov 19, 2000, 2:13 PM
        1. "I'll be back...". Andrea Schmeichel, Nov 19, 2000, 5:05 PM
      2. Racism can be a good reason to fire someone. , Nov 19, 2000, 2:15 PM
      3. When does protecting the image begin?. , Nov 20, 2000, 5:31 PM
        1. What sort of beliefs are we talking about?. , Nov 22, 2000, 9:08 PM
          1. Beliefs aren't evident, but can be uncovered. , Nov 26, 2000, 10:59 AM
            1. Not okay to uncover beliefs in an interview. , Nov 26, 2000, 5:20 PM
  3. Who determines what is acceptable conduct?. , Nov 19, 2000, 4:28 PM
    1. Anyone have any examples of this from their own experience?. Andrea Schmeichel, Nov 19, 2000, 5:13 PM
    2. The company has the right to set the standard. , Nov 20, 2000, 5:34 PM
      1. I agree with you. Monica Colom, Nov 21, 2000, 10:24 AM
      2. Hmmmmmmm......... Andrea Schmeichel, Nov 22, 2000, 9:10 PM
        1. Definition of a reasonable person?. , Nov 26, 2000, 10:55 AM
          1. Always gotta ask the hard questions.... , Nov 26, 2000, 5:17 PM
  4. If a company is harmed they must be allowed to act. , Nov 20, 2000, 2:54 PM
    1. Agree with impairment of function; maybe not on actions. , Nov 20, 2000, 5:41 PM
      1. Companies often don't consider damage to moral or productivity. , Nov 25, 2000, 2:36 PM
        1. I meant "morale" not moral!. Andrea Schmeichel, Nov 25, 2000, 2:37 PM


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