It’s Perfectly Legal For Your Boss to Tell You to Drive a Nicer Car

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An email telling an employee that he needs to drive a nicer car is circulating rapidly around the internet, and it’s as horrifying as you’d imagine. It’s also legal.

This email her coworker received today commenting

“He drives a 2005 Camry that is old and fading paint. He never has to meet anyone that they would ever see the car. It’s literally just another car in the garage.”

— Oregon I.T. not IT (@OregonProgress) January 22, 2020

As a general rule, unless something is specifically prohibited by law, it’s allowable. But, legal doesn’t always equal a good idea. 


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