Originally Posted by awediot
Then why gripe? If they've as much right to push their moral laws as you do, and you support them equally, what ground do you have to stand on to claim you are right?
There are certain "types" of people I'd not only NEVER support or hire, but actively oppose...That is life in this imperfect world.
The corporation I work for has Corporate Rules of Conduct as well as Standards and Practices. All employees have to take a "Building Respect in the Workplace" class. We also have a fairly good H.R department. I work in television with people from all over the planet. If someone is creating a hostile work environment they usually don't last very long. If it progresses from a verbal warning it escalates to hitting them in the pocket book through un-paid suspension. If they get annoyed enough by that they will usually leave on their own or sue which often gets more expensive for them. If they still think they're 'right' they can go be 'right' someplace else.
Ben N. Moore