the Try Guys drama, when a coworker badgers you about holiday time off, and more
It’s four answers to four questions.
JUST FOR FUN, I AM WONDERING IF YOU COULD WEIGH IN ON A POP/INTERNET-CULTURE MOMENT THAT’S BEEN ALL OVER MY FEEDS THIS WEEK.
HE IS A OWNER IN THE COMPANY AND SO THE PRODUCER IS HIS EMPLOYEE.
THE EMPLOYEE/PRODUCER HE CHEATED WITH WAS ALSO CHEATING ON HER PARTNER OF 10 YEARS.
HOWEVER, I’VE SEEN SO MANY TIKTOKS/TWEETS FROM ARMCHAIR EXPERTS SAYING THEY CAN’T FIRE HER BECAUSE SHE WAS HIS EMPLOYEE AND DUE TO THE POWER IMBALANCE IT IS A LAWSUIT WAITING TO HAPPEN.
I OBVIOUSLY DON’T KNOW ALL THE DETAILS AND I’M NOT ADVOCATING FOR ANY SPECIFIC OUTCOME, JUST CURIOUS IF THESE ARMCHAIR EXPERTS ARE ACCURATE.
You can either stick with the boring, non-committal answers or you can say point-blank, “Are you asking if I’ll move my time off?
Ideally employers with coverage needs should put some energy into ensuring that time off at desirable times of the year is equitably distributed.
CERTAINLY, HAVING A PROFESSIONAL NETWORK IS AN OBVIOUS BOON TO THOSE WHO CAN MANAGE IT BUT WOULD YOU AGREE THE DIFFERENCE IS SO STARK AS THAT?
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