AngelicSabyne
SabyneAmberle
AngelicSabyne
Sep 4 2019
78

I’m not the one confused about how a gay man could commit a racial hate crime. Read more

Sep 4 2019
56

Case in point, milo yiannopoulos. He may have a black husband but he has used that person as a crutch for saying various bullshit.

Aug 19 2019
40

Hey, speaking as a Native American, Mr. Crosbie, go fuck yourself sideways with Trump’s 9 iron, you racist, ignorant piece of shit. Read more

Aug 13 2019
177

Honestly, Squall’s character growth is the best part of this game (unless you’re more into batshit anime plotlines and twists, then that’s on another level). I really hope that this remaster helps to rehab this game’s image. Yes, it’s a game that’s entire battle system can be twisted and broken on a whim, not Read more

Aug 7 2019
4

As these incidents are happening at Walmart it can be considered labor safety related. But taking action to change company policy is still protected action.

Aug 7 2019
1

Purple Communications is still very new, so I doubt all of its nuances have been explored. Nor do I know them, so there might be allowable restrictions on when they can be used (unsure, but that may also veer into Register Guard restrictions that PC overturned). I also doubt they will be explored as I expect it to be Read more

Aug 7 2019
4

There’s nothing political about this. Guns don’t vote.

Aug 7 2019
3

SOCdriver did NOT say -LABOR- action, he/she said -ACTION- Read more

Aug 7 2019
9

He was trying to organize employees in support of changing company policy, that’s a labor action by any reasonable definition 

Aug 7 2019
5

Except that is how labor law works. The NLRA is not just limited to formed unions. “The NLRA Section 7 protects employee rights to form and join a union. It may also protect other employee activity such as, discussing the company’s policies, even on social media.”  Read more

Aug 7 2019
12

Okay so IT Admin here I can tell you that that they absolutely can use the company servers when it comes to to organizeing walk outs and labor protest. It's currently protected by labor laws. We can block out people from a lot of things on the network but not from organizing. This is true every where in the U. S. 

Aug 7 2019
10

Also, internal mass e-mails and communications are from business, not ranting, not trying to rally employees, etc...
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Aug 6 2019
179

IT Manager here, actually its protected activity on our systems.  I had a 2 hour class with a corporate lawyer talking about what we can and cannot restrict on company systems. Yes there is a LOT you can cut people from, but organizing employees for action is something you have to allow.  This employee very likely has Read more

Aug 6 2019
84

He actually might, for the time being. Assuming this is protected NLRA Section 7 activity (which is very debatable but still a color able argument), Purple Communications, Inc., 361 NLRB 1050 (2014), held that employees who have been granted access to work electronic communication methods (mainly e-mail, but Slack Read more

Aug 6 2019
272

For the time being, you actually can. Assuming this is protected NLRA Section 7 activity (which is very debatable but still a color able argument), Purple Communications, Inc., 361 NLRB 1050 (2014), held that employees who have been granted access to work electronic communication methods (mainly e-mail, but Slack Read more

Jul 29 2019
10

I don’t know anything about this, but given who’s involved, I’m fairly certain it’s either a scam, a tax dodge, or maybe purchased PR.
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Jul 25 2019
1

Typically people try to derail with indentured servitude “what about the enslaved Irish workers in early America?” and I am like “yes, let’s talk about devaluing workforce labor so much that you can buy people for a length of time and how abusive capitalism is. Also, assuming they lived through their indenture period, Read more