posted on Oct, 17 2013 @ 07:14 AM
Ok, now imagine your son/daughter is in danger. Should you employer break the rules to save him/her or let them die ?
Part of the problem here is that the title of this thread is a sensationalist lie.
He wasnt fired for "pulling gun on robber", he was fired for, and they are quite specific on this, the reason of "...prohibit weapons in the
So your analogy doesnt work. He would have been fired for the same offense even if no robber had ever turned up, and he had never been in danger of
his life at any time, ever. Its just that in this case, head office found out, whereeas otherwise they simply wouldnt have known.
For all we know, he'd probably been breaking the "no weapons in the workplace" for all the years he'd been there.
So to reword your question more accurately:
Ok, now imagine your son/daughter might one day possibly be in danger. Should you employer break the rules every day?