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I would not say that it is either disrespectful or inappropriate, no. That being said, there is nothing in the law that says that an employer can't feel that it is disrespectful or inappropriate.
They'd have a difficult time establishing that if they were to terminate you and try to block unemployment, but that's only because the employer bears the burden of proof to block unemployment.
In the employment environment, an employer has a lot of freedom to discipline employees as they see fit.
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