what do you mean by sue by yourself?
I Still believe this is wrong because we were not informed nor were we told before hand. If I were hired knowing this were the case that would be different you seem uninterested and dismissive.Sorry to bother you. I will move on to someone who can help, thanks for your trouble
thank you for your information. my union might be the one who has to be sued or looked at more carefully. Twenty years ago, my company back then posted all employees vacation time, sick time, personal time ect.. on a bulletin board complete with social security numbers birth dates ect.. It bothered me and I told my boss. He did nothining but say I was paranoid and what would anybody want with my social security number.Flash foward 15 years later...... Identity theft! It felt right then. I knew it! this feels the same way. Thanks for all you could do,
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