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  • _ At this point, it is all hearsay because there is no documentation of said problematic incidents. There wasn't any mention of discrimination of a protected class. Rehiring is typically at the discretion of the manager.

  • _ Discrimination is making hiring decisions based on a protected class. Being "eligible for hire" is strictly an internal process and has no legal bearing. And a company can choose to not hire someone just because they don't like them, or because ...

  • _ Not all discrimination is illegal. Discriminating against someong because they are who they are is not illegal (unless by "who she is" you are referring to her gender, race, etc.) What does "caused too many problems" look like? What are the behaviors ...

  • _ We have a former employee who is marked as eligible for rehire. When the manager was told that the former employee would be rehired, they said she caused too many problems and refuse to rehire her. Now the former employee is claiming that the manager ...

  • Often times we get hung up on recency. In other words, recent performance is good but a history of poor performance still exists, we just aren't paying attention to it. That may be the situation here. Your CEO and VP are not just focusing on recent ...

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