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Submitted by JS (not verified) on Thu, 08/07/2008 - 11:47am.
Well, it would be interesting to see who did the "external" investigation into this situation. If the former employee did see 2 employees involved in a form of extra cirricular activities reported it, then why did they deny it happened? I find it somewhat comical as well as antiquated that there is no County policy against workplace affairs. It only destroys the agency to not have some policy. In the fire service male and female employees together for 24 hours is a mix that in some cases is a fire just waiting to happen. Why not blame the 2 employees? It takes 2 to tango. If they could not hold their urges until they were off duty, then they are just as much to blame. It is time to open up the can of worms and see what falls out
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