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It’s legal to not hire someone because you dislike their relatives. It’s legal to have a policy against rehiring anyone.

It’s legal for your boss to let your coworker have three-day weekends, even though she doesn’t have seniority.

It’s legal for your boss to require you to read a self-help book and test you on it. It’s legal to be sent home because you’re in a bad mood because the windshield of your car was smashed. It’s legal for your employer to give your cell phone number to other employees.

It’s legal to contact people who aren’t on your reference list and ask them about you.

It’s legal for your boss to ask you to pick up his lunch, even though it’s not in your job description. It’s legal for a company to maintain a do-not-hire list.

It’s legal for your boss to require you to put tulle bags of wedding favors together. It’s legal to fire someone who is pregnant (just not because of pregnancy). It’s legal (for now in most states) to discriminate against the unemployed. It’s legal to refuse to hire you if you don’t provide a salary history.

It’s legal for your employer to ban you from using your personal computer on their network. It’s legal to fire you for complaining about something that is not illegal. It’s legal to share the content of your PIP with other people.

It’s legal for your employer to have a random coworker deliver the message that you’re fired.

It’s legal to have you train a new coworker, even though you have no experience training and find it stressful.

Without further ado, here is a (still not fully comprehensive) list of the legalities we’ve addressed in the last combined 13 years of blogging (seven for her and six for me).

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