Attorney’s Christmas wish to stop race, national origin, gender, disability, religious, and age discrimination; and to get all employees paid their overtime wages:
On this Christmas morning, I want to wish a very Merry Christmas to all our employment attorneys, our clients, and their families. On this day, let there be no age discrimination against old men with long white beards. On this day, may short toy builders not face disability discrimination and be provided the reasonable accommodation of lower work stations. Even perceived disabilities, such as glowing red noses, should not prevent inclusion in reindeer games at work. May your boss realize that employees work just as hard no matter if they were born in the United States or at the North Pole, and end all national origin discrimination. I truly hope that your employer does not think that Christmas cookies left by the chimney allows it to avoid its obligation to pay you overtime wages at time and a half. And, lastly, God bless our troops – not only those that are overseas and away from their families this morning, but also those that come home from protecting us and face military discrimination by employers who are annoyed by their service time.
Merry Christmas to all and to all a good place to work.
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