Are Employee Bridal Showers a Work-Related Function?

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Most of the time, the employer is the one who gets burned by timekeeping troubles. Here, though, an employee was told to clock out before attending a bridal shower at work but chose to ignore the direct order and clocked out at her normal time (after the party). When she was fired for the falsification of her time records, she vowed to prove it was age discrimination.

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Christine Tingle, who is over 40 years of age, worked for Merchants & Marine (M&M) Bank as an hourly employee in

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