The story goes a group of Paralegals at a local Orlando, FL law firm began wearing Orange Polo shirts every other Friday. Payday.
The Lawyers believe they were protesting management.
The Paralegals claim they were going out for drinks every payday and "wanted to look like a group."
All were fired.
Florida is a "Right to Work" state which means an employeer can let anyone go at anytime without cause or notice. But also protects workers from thug-like Union tactics. That's the pro and con of "Right to Work" policies.
Did they Paralegals deserve firing even if they were "protesting" managment?
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|Good for the Worker, it protects them from open ballet Union voteing.|
|Good for the Worker, it gives them the oppurtuinity for higher pay based on individual performance.|
|Good for the Company, it protects them Unions increaseing labor costs.|
|Good for the Company, it keeps the Union out of Board Room decisions.|
|It's just a Political tools used to keep Corporate money flowing to Politicians instead of Union Leaders.|
|I have no idea|
|My answer is not listed so I will explain it in the comments|
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