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Employers still have the upperhand?

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shelinohio

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What is the name of your state? What is the name of your state? :confused:
OHIO


in other words......an employer who sexually harasses an employee, fires them because they won't let them have their way, and who ultimately causes much emotional damage to them as well as their family, still wins. if we actually get a settlement from these people, the employer doesn't have to pay the taxes on that money, the victim does and our government profits from the victims pain and loss?? why is that not right and why is that allowed to happen? i feel these laws are still here to protect the employer and not the average working citizen. can you please explain the right in this? and why do i still have to pay for something not warrented or asked for?

a confused former employee
 


I AM ALWAYS LIABLE

Senior Member
shelinohio said:
What is the name of your state? What is the name of your state? :confused:
OHIO


in other words......an employer who sexually harasses an employee, fires them because they won't let them have their way, and who ultimately causes much emotional damage to them as well as their family, still wins. if we actually get a settlement from these people, the employer doesn't have to pay the taxes on that money, the victim does and our government profits from the victims pain and loss?? why is that not right and why is that allowed to happen? i feel these laws are still here to protect the employer and not the average working citizen. can you please explain the right in this? and why do i still have to pay for something not warrented or asked for?

a confused former employee


My response:

Go back to your original thread, and at the end of the last response to you, click on the "Post Reply" button. Write the above there.

Do not start new, and "disjointed", thread concerning the same issue.

Thanks.

IAAL
 
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shelinohio

Guest
thank you and im sorry........my first time using a forum
 

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