Don’t Mix Business and Altruism

[Stevens] said she felt pressured to return to work Sept. 6, before she was ready — even while her boss [Brucia] was still recovering at home. When Stevens went home sick three days after her return, she said, Brucia actually called her from home to berate her.
“She . . . said, ‘What are you doing? Why aren’t you at work?’ I told her I didn’t feel good,’’ Stevens told The Post. “She said, ‘You can’t come and go as you please. People are going to think you’re getting special treatment.’”

A Long Island woman donated a kidney to her boss, was treated poorly, and then was fired. Now she is suing, as she should.


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melis (#42)

The link is broken, but I look forward to clicking on it in the near future.

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melis (#42)


It had everything a Post article needs, pictures of people frowning, sobbing single mothers, “what appeared to be” alcohol, THE WORKS

oh yeah the pictures of people frowning are the BEST

Is it possible that this is the most Long Island story in the universe? The NY Post house style might be clouding my judgment a tad.

Megano! (#124)

Oh my god that makes me want to sue the entire world

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