There appears to have been no reluctance at all or shame among the KFC managers to victimize these children," he said.
Hall said all sex acts involving the manager and the teen were unprotected, with the manager refusing to wear a condom.
HOUSTON —Another national fast-food chain is being sued after one of its managers is accused of sexually assaulting a teenage employee.
A lawsuit has been filed against KFC Corporation and a 35-year-old general manager who allegedly had sex multiple times with a 16-year-old girl.
In our organization of 25 employees, there are two sets of couples.
Having couples on such a small staff is really counterproductive.
Can my employer fire me for what I do on my own time, outside of work? My company has announced that it is going to fire anyone who is a smoker, after strictly enforcing an anti-smoking policy at work for several years. I occasionally mention things that happen to me at work, but don't identify who my employer is. My employer's personnel handbook has a "no-moonlighting" policy. My company has a "no fraternization" policy that restricts managers from socializing with non-management employees. Employment-at-will means that both the employer and the employee can end the employment relationship at any time without notice or reason.
So if the reason for your termination is not illegal under the laws of your state, then yes, your employer can fire you for what you do on your own time, outside of work. A new trend is increasingly taking hold, where companies looking to reduce their health care costs have established not just a "no smoking" policy, but a "no smokers" policy.
These companies not only refuse to hire smokers, but some are even taking the drastic step of terminating current employees who smoke.
Therefore, each different off-duty conduct issue must be looked at carefully. A co-worker is sending me harassing emails through his personal account while off-duty. So I tried applying to a different company but they wouldn't hire me because my husband works for the competitor. The answer to this seemingly simple question is: it depends.
This page provides answers to many common questions about off-duty conduct, but for issues with off-duty conduct it is always advisable to have a local attorney look at your case. I recently came out as gay and when my employer found out I was fired. It depends on the activity involved, and whether that activity has any legal protection under your state's laws.