I am looking to seek advice on should I or should I not file a document with a company to seek gifts/contributions for not considering a new product(robotic
machine) that might have taken a lot of jobs(as there is an union in the company for those employees). I am just trying to ask that would it be
appropriate or legal for me to send the document to department as I do not want to create a bad relationship with the company and any additional problems(I
don't work for the company). Gifts can range from $1-anything appropriate from employees as a gesture of applauding my work to work on the product.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Your question is unclear. However, if someone in a management role voted against a robotic machine that would've taken jobs away, it would be inappropriate and problematic to seek contributions from employees for this decision.
Please note that the above post offers general legal information and not legal advice specific to you or your situation.
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