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HR (Human Resources) are there to help the company not the workers. They know where their bread is buttered.
It's good to see Senate Republicans spending tax dollars on problems that do exist rather than wasting tax money on problems that don't.
fivefarm - "Both the GOP and DFL are guilty of extramarital affairs" == But Brodkorb would already have gone after any DFLers he knew about even while in the midst of his own affair. Bullies like him never expect to get caught and, when they do, they find someone else to blame.
"Both the GOP and DFL are guilty of extramarital affairs. More than one marriage has been broken and it is the children of these marriages that have suffered the most. Where are the ethics for these "honorable" elected officials?"
Yeah, but Democrats acknowledge that this is just human nature. The Republicans, on the other hand, make "family values" a plank in their platform and go on and on about how holier than thou they are. No one would give a crap if they dropped the "don't do as I do" attitude and start operating like human beings.
Voted straight down the party lines again? Weird.
chwild, I may have misunderstood this portion of your statement: "HR is usually too busy watering down employee benefits and wages". I read that as the usual comment where people on this site complain that the State "gives away" everything to the unions. If I'm wrong in my interpretation of your statement I apologize.
Hell hath no fury like a political dirt-finder scorned
I wonder if I can sue for $500K if I have an affair with my manager and she is forced to resign and I am then fired. WAIT, I work in the real world and my company has a 'code of conduct', I would just be terminated for violating company ethical policies. I need a gov't gig (and no I am not bashing all gov't employees).
Brodkorb warns Senate he plans to sue for $500,000 *** Probably a modest figure compared whti what he hoped to realize while collecting multiple paychecks as a player within a triumphal GOP run rampant.
The Party of reducing the use of the courts, Family Values, Protecting Marriage - LOL - what a joke - typical Conservative - he wants to put his hand in the cookie jar and then when popped what's to sue for the big money.
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