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Fired for being ‘irresistible’

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HC Online | 04 Jan 2013, 12:00 AM Agree 0
Many would like to think themselves ‘irresistible’ – but not if it means getting fired. Yet that’s exactly what happened to one so-called ‘irresistible’ dental nurse in the US.
  • Sunita | 04 Jan 2013, 09:29 PM Agree 0
    While Dr.James Knight is not being professional at all in his decision, employers do have a right to decide who they want to work with or don't. This is not about being a woman - the same could happen if a lady employer is uncomfortable working with a male employee for whatever reason.
    The main thing to keep in mind is to ensure that Melissa is compensated per the terms and agreements of her contract and that courtesy is extended to her in this whole process.
    If she held this job for 10 years, I am sure that she will easily find another opportunity that will not have such personal baggage attached to it.
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