Jeremy is so stupid here.
The mic is always on, this is your coworker.
Keep that **** to yourself.
Aside from the fact that this is boorish behavior it is something he said about his wife's friend.
This isn't beers with the boys is a nationally distributed pod cast.
I have zero compassion for him. Just leave the public eye go to Arizona play golf
This should be the litmus test:
1. Did it occur AT WORK?
2. If no, was he on location presenting himself as a representative of the company?
If the answer to those two questions is NO, then it's his private life (or part of his non-NBC public life) and should be outside the scope of NBC's control. ie: No punishment given. A company should not be able to fire you for anything you say outside of work. Period.
Now, I know how this WILL unfold (he'll ultimate
No it's not.
There are consequences for actions.
JR didn't use his head and spoke out of school about a co-worker in a forum that reaches 100s of thousands of people.
Tappen wasn't there to add to the conversation or tell him to shut his yap.
The easy answer is "I'm not going to talk about my co-worker since she's not here"... and the conversation goes in a different direction.
Taking another person's feelings into account before one spe
Not sure what the rules are in Canada, but the whole freedom of speech thing only applies to the United States government censoring you. It does not apply to a private business entity that you work for.
If NBC put a clause in Roenick's contract that said something along the lines of "You're words or actions must not bring NBC into disrepute" or "You must always abide by NBC's Code of Conduct" and Roenick signed the contract, the NBC was absolutely within their rights to suspend, term