In-Class Exercise 13 - Discharged for Off-Duty Behavior

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Human Resource Management Human Resource Management H ADM 2211 H ADM 2211 Spring 2010 Spring 2010 Instructor Instructor Sean A. Way, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management School of Hotel Administration Cornell University IN-CLASS GROUP EXERCISE 13: DISCHARGED FOR OFF-DUTY BEHAVIOR IN-CLASS GROUP EXERCISE 13: DISCHARGED FOR OFF-DUTY BEHAVIOR Tuesday, April 20, 2010 D ISCHARGED FOR O FF -D UTY B EHAVIOR 1 The following case illustrates the off-duty privacy claim of an employee and management’s right to uphold the reputation of the company. This case is based on an actual termination for off-duty misconduct. All names are fictitious. Before his termination on Monday, May 14, 2007, John Hilliard worked as a senior sales representative for Advanced Educational Materials (AEM), a provider of high-quality educational books and supplies to junior and senior high schools. During his twelve years of employment, John was recognized as an outstanding
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