I have to say... should be at issue.
Ok. Your evidence for her creation of this non-sense is limited to your prejudices on millenials. Who are not part of this issue.
I will always work doing something. Even if it's for a charity. If I don't I get bored and spend to much and I would rather not sit around waiting to die.
As someone who are themselves transitioning into the final phase of professional life, I understand this. But at her age, in conjunction with her defects and limitations -spelled out in her own Complaint, no less-, she has no business in any safety sensitive position. It is unfortunate that DL had to hang this on a theft issue, but this really is better for their customers.
What is relevant is that, no matter how big or small the item, she took company property. Is the item trivial, probably, but in the eyes of the company, no.
It doesn't matter if the item was perishable, or destined to a bin. Company property is company property. That's how the company sees it.
Hmmm... I would say that goes to judgement. If you cannot trust someone to value an inflated salary as hers was, it is not reasonable to assume she values safety at any level.
By run the clock down I assume you mean drag it out so she dies before it's settled?
Correct. It is worth noting that more and more companies these days are choosing to fight lawsuits all the way out, rather than settle. Part of this is pressure/duty where it comes to fiduciary responsibility WRT shareholders.
But in any case, it is a valid strategy, and it does work. Looking at the Complaint, it is not hard to imagine DL winning this one. But if they somehow were to not, there would be plenty to appeal on. If I had to wager, I would put money on seeing an A350 NEO EIS before
this is resolved finally.
Flight pay starts when the doors are closed , wheels are moving and engines are turning.
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