legal disc 6 - . House. TeaHouse.

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The fact I think is irrelevant to the clients’ case is that she spent a year in Europe after  graduating high school. That fact isn’t really applicable to any of her work at the Tea  House. Especially because that all happened a year before she even started working at the Tea House. I think a relevant fact is that there was no employee manual or written policy 
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Unformatted text preview: about employee conduct. The Tea House didn’t have any rules about getting a tattoo and because of this Natalie’s actions do not constitute misconduct. She didn’t show willful and wanton disregard for her employer because there was not rule for her to have broke in the first place....
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  • Fall '14
  • mrsmith
  • high school., Tea house, Tea House., Natalie’s actions

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