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Mitchelllack View Drop Down
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Joined: 30/May/2017
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    Posted: 30/May/2017 at 23:55
For state of origin where i work has said we can wear OLD state of origin jersey for state of origin nights. I asked about new south Wales jersey and was told we cant. Is this discrimination? And if i wear my new south Wales jersey do i have legal grounds to stand on if i get punished for it?

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  Quote citizen-joe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31/May/2017 at 05:43
Obviously you came from NSW and are now working in Qld, if your loyalties sportswise are still with NSW, the most prudent thing you can do is just to wear your normal work shirt and avoid any conflict about this matter, you will come out of it losing.

The big problem with going against what you have been told is that although legally they cannot take action against you, they may see you as a trouble maker and not choose to overlook a mistake that you make some time in the future. You will end up out of a job,

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  Quote citizen-joe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31/May/2017 at 19:01
Well the game starts in a hour, thought you would have been back Mitchelllack, to say what you intend doing, or perhaps even offer thanks for some input, but no, seems I've wasted my time again.

See you.

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