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Old 11-09-2012, 12:02   #72
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Originally Posted by Atlas View Post
I've never understood those who proclaim that an employer "can't terminate you without good reason".

WTH? If I own a private business I should be able to hire you to give you a try, then terminate you if I decide I just don't want you around because I don't like your attitude, or fire you because of the way your momma dresses you for work.
Isn't that what the 'probabtionary' period is for?
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