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firefighter conduct

Guess what? Taxpayers are not fond of paying county employees to engage in the aforementioned behavior on county property, while on the clock. I suppose they'll now say they "were on their lunch hour?" Jeez. Tell 'em to get a motel. Seriously: Whomever handles county HR should do the following: a) Rehire the whistleblower. He was correct to report the behavior which is contrary to generally accepted workplace behavior, and contrary to good order. b) Put the sexual perpetrators (if they are peers) on "final warning" and transfer each to separate work locations wherein their contact is limited. Inform them that no taxpayer assets are to be used in furtherance of their so-called relationship. Audit their phone logs and material requistions. If one is in a higher supervisory role than the other - he or she perhaps should be immediately terminated. c) Remind all employees regarding the rules about sexual harrassment and how to maintain a work environment that is not a "hostile" one.

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