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Editorial: Individual freedoms outside the workplace

Paola Garcia

October 14, 2014

We live in America, a nation that has taught us to treasure our freedom, take pride in it and to gloat and let the world know that nothing can take that away from us. We know The Bill of Rights probably better than our grandparent's full names. Day by day, it becomes harder to find and keep employment. The list of requirements to execute any job keeps growing year after yea...

Employees’ actions reflect on their employers

Kenan Jackson

October 14, 2014

With the boom in social media and other types of technologies, employers now have access to employee’s personal information that they could not have had 20 years ago.Many employers make their employees sign code of conduct contracts that state they can be held responsible for any inappropriate actions that take place inside and outside the workplace. An employee is a repr...

Drawing the line between work and privacy

Richard Lomibao

October 14, 2014

Employers are now more concerned with reputation rather than work ability. Getting fired for something that occurs outside of work is an unruly justification and is subjective. Why should someone who performs their job day-in-and-day-out find himself or herself unemployed for something they depend on to provide financial stability? Ray Rice should not be fired from the Natio...

Employees’ actions reflect on their employers

Kenan Jackson

October 14, 2014

With the boom in social media and other types of technologies, employers now have access to employee’s personal information that they could not have had 20 years ago.Many employers make their employees sign code of conduct contracts that state they can be held responsible for any inappropriate actions that take place inside and outside the workplace. An employee is a repr...

Employees’ actions reflect on their employers

Kenan Jackson

October 14, 2014

With the boom in social media and other types of technologies, employers now have access to employee’s personal information that they could not have had 20 years ago.Many employers make their employees sign code of conduct contracts that state they can be held responsible for any inappropriate actions that take place inside and outside the workplace. An employee is a repr...

Equality needed for domestic violence victims

Franchesca Walker

October 14, 2014

Domestic violence has recently become a hot topic in the media. With stories circulating around professional male athletes attacking women, there has been uproar for affirmative action to drop them from teams, sponsorships and endorsements. However, there never seems to be a lot of speculation against female aggressors and a call for action against their crimes. Last summer,...

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