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  • #16
    Originally posted by Texas709 View Post
    Virtually every choice has consequences. I'm certainly not an apologist for the employer here, Unchained, but you entered the agreement, ostensibly willingly, after considering the consequences. If the employer's implied threat rises to the level of duress, you may have some wiggle room, although I believe you'd need legal representation to try that. (See cbg's advice, above.) In that case, you'll likely find yourself unemployed, anyway.

    Under any circumstances, your perceived violation of the employer's policy is going to have...consequences.
    Voluntary, as it is generally used in labor law, means without repercussions from the employer.

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