Albany Business Review ran an article recently about how companies who are keeping receptionists/admin. assists. on the payroll are broadening their roles within the workplace by giving them more tasks to perform. I am all for that, because it can only work to the employees' benefit. When/if they do decide to switch employers, they will have a much larger skill set than when they started out.
I don't know, Zowie. Debralee specifically said she wanted to be "tits on a stick". Came out of her mouth, I simply quoted her.Why not "breasts" on a stick?
Well, "tits on a stick" isn't any more of a rhyme than "breasts on a stick."
Dessert at Applebee's is "Sugar Tits on a Stick."
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Between gummy bear breast implants and tits on a stick, this thread is taking a seriously disturbing turn.
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'Hot' banker says sacking breached rights
A New York banker who alleges she was fired for being too attractive has now claimed her sacking is a breach of human rights.
Debrahlee Lorenzana, 33, has called on the New York Division of Human Rights to investigate her claim that she was forced to leave Citibank because her male coworkers found her too distracting.
New attorney too, I see.
Sorry, double post.
Does Gloria never want to be taken seriously again?? She must really need $ these days.
Where I work we have a dress code and it specifically mentions items of clothing that may be deemed offensive by others. She did not dress in appropriate business attire and was released. She is making a big deal out of it for the same reason that she dressed inappropriately for work, attention. I remember when I first started working a 22 year old fresh out of college girl showed up to work wearing a transparent shirt that completely exposed her bra. She was promptly written up and sent home for day without pay. One of the males in our office mentioned that he kinda felt harassed by that. Which leads me to the next point, dressing provocatively in the office can be construed as sexual harassment in some cases. She very well could have violated someone else’s rights with her actions.