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- Mon, 27 Dec 2021 03:30:29 EST YSICtYX8 No.46908
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question about going to work drunk. I know you would get fired if you showed up at work drunk, but would the supervisor or boss suppose to call the cops or allow you to call someone for a ride home? they can't just allow you to leave work and drive drunk home, cause if you get into a accident they can be liable.
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John Huppernire - Wed, 12 Jan 2022 13:57:06 EST 1aUAu2Dj No.46910 Reply
this shows such a poor understanding of the law and the world that I don't know where to start
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Ernest Ciggleduck - Sun, 15 May 2022 23:05:46 EST 6LZ/uBKi No.46949 Reply
i think its based on what behaviors would be observed.. .slurred speech is one but swervin while you walk would be obvious i need to call an uber for you... i doubt they would call the cops unless your boss is super tight ass...

i imagine though if you are caught drunk at work and are fired.. that they would add a "find a ride home, you're obviously to drunk to drive."

i think that once they fire you, you are no longer their responsibility... sstilll though, if i saw you as to drunk to drive i would call an uber or something

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