Originally Posted by bfoflcommish
Well more than likely they will let you go for the day "suspension/leave". Since no one seen it they need to investigate it more. Unless it was witnessed they will not fire you on the spot. Like I said they will ask you to leave take a few days to invetigate and get everything in order.
Really it is not a hard process to understand unless you have a me against the world attitude or you just have never had a serious job.
Since this was a surprise firing with him being on air as early as the night prior, that means he either did it a few times with warnings so this was the last straw or he was caught red handed by a higher up.
Au contraire mon frair! I worked as a financial analyst at MCIWorldcom when they were one of the largest corporations in the world.
Since I have never dealt with sexual harassment, I am just seeing what the process is. So what happens after the investigation? Obviously, since there were no witnesses I get my job back correct? It's like I get a free one time pass at sexually harassing a lady.