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  1. if Beth was in fact told that, she should talk to a lawyer. She should aim for getting her status changed to voluntary resignation and not terminated. It’s 2015 and that’s nonsense!

  2. First, let me say WOW! Next I’m gonna high five Beth for having such courage, and for sticking up for women everywhere.

    I really think an attorney needs to be her next call. I find this horrible, and if it is allowed, a major set back in the world of women’s rights in the work place. My husbands HR alarm is going off like mad.

    I wish her all the best. I hope she gets this straightened out. The good thing is that there is hope. After 12 years with the same company, my husband was laid off. Now he is excelling and doing better than ever with his new company.

  3. That’s terrible! First, I’d find a lawyer to confirm, but “no more female employees” sounds like an unjust cause for firing. I’d also make sure she has a copy of her original blog post on hand. On the bright side, she’s not employed by them now, so she’s free to have that post back up and share the real story on how they handled this situation up, too.

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