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Women Are Dangerous

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RTCNTC

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Some of you may have noticed that I have not been participating in the MHB for a few weeks. I am going through personal tribulations at this time in my life. Two weeks ago, I got on one of the freight elevators at the job. There was a female in the elevator, the elevator operator and myself. The female was the first to leave the elevator.

As she existed the elevator, the female stated that I said something negative about her. I simply told the operator of the freight to take me up to 37 not 39. I said it in Spanish.

The female twisted the comment completely or so I thought. A few days later, I was removed from the site, a building where I have worked as a security officer for 10 years. In 10 years, I received no write ups and never late once. A perfect record. A professional record.

The district office decided to believe the female. I guess she threatened the company with a lawsuit. The only way to satisfy this person was to remove me from the site. I was making 15.40 per hour.

I have been relocated to another site paying 14.50 per hour. I start training tomorrow at 7am. I thank God to still be employed but I did not say anything negative about anyone at the site. I am 52 years old. Why risk my job saying something dumb?

Women today are dangerous. Too many men, famous and not famous, are getting fired and/or sued by females stating sexual harrassment. I told my company to please give me a lie detector test to prove my innocense. They said no. What do you make of this situation?

P.S. I later found out that the elevator operator, who is good friends with the female, sided with her and said that I made the negative comment. This was quite shocking to me. He lied to help his friend and I got kicked out of the site.



 

Janssens

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Women today are dangerous. Too many men, famous and not famous, are getting fired and/or sued by females stating sexual harrassment. I told my company to please give me a lie detector test to prove my innocense. They said no. What do you make of this situation?
I think each and every individual case should be investigated and judged separately, based on facts only.

In your particular case, I would recommend obtaining professional legal advice. Here labor unions can help with this -- when you are a member -- but I do not know how that is where you live. You could also consult a specialist in labor law who may be willing to take on your case in exchange for a share of any possible compensation.

If you indeed did not do anything legally wrong, you deserve rehabilitation and / or compensation.
 
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I think each and every individual case should be investigated and judged separately, based on facts only.

In your particular case, I would recommend obtaining professional legal advice. Here labor unions can help with this -- when you are a member -- but I do not know how that is where you live. You could also consult a specialist in labor law who may be willing to take on your case in exchange for a share of any possible compensation.

If you indeed did not do anything legally wrong, you deserve rehabilitation and / or compensation.
Ok. I will talk to the union. Although I have been reassigned, it is not right to let this woman get away with what she did. There's gotta be something a lawyer can do for me.