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  • carogers
    May 09, 2013 - 07:06

    Maybe if supervisors and managers took company policies seriously and actually expected employees to behave like they are in a workplace and not their local watering hole, there would be no need for whistle blowing on co-workers. Chances are if "off color" jokes were being told in a place easily overheard by others, then it is the common practice in that workplace to disregard who is around and where you are; some have problems distinguishing between a social setting and the workplace. That company's culture is the root of the problem, which is guided by management, chances are there were many complaints regarding workers conduct prior to this posting of off colour jokes.

  • Corporate Psycho
    May 08, 2013 - 15:40

    Slippery slope.

  • Bob Hannaford
    May 08, 2013 - 09:47

    This kind of posting is not about to go away and a bann is not the answer as it will not stop it as history has clearly shown. The answer may lie in our responses to these posts. News media need to reduce the sensationalization and individuals need to try reducing the inflated outrage seen in online comments. Save it for the really important items, noy the daily chit chat that is private in intent. Too much information can indeed be a dangerous thing. Before reacting, ask how you would like others to react to each of your own daily words and actions.