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Alternative Dispute Resolution
Mr. Joe Brown v Abel Security Company
Business Law 415
Patricia A. Jones

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Alternative Dispute Resolution

Mr. Joe Brown was interviewed by Supervisor McGrath and hired as a security officer with Abel Security Company, on Thursday, 16 August, 2007. Supervisor McGrath verbally discussed the Post Order and the uniform policy with Mr. Brown. Supervisor McGrath informed his was the cost for the uniform cap and uniform shirt would be. Mr. Brown said that he understood and he had no problem with the deduction being taken from his first check. The Payroll Administer received Mr. Brown paper work and called to schedule an appointment with his so she could discuss the policy and procedure with the new hire and make sure all of his paperwork was turned in. Mr. Brown was informed of the uniform policy; by the Payroll Administer that he would be issued one cap and one shirt which would have the company logo on them. Mr. Brown was informed that the cost for the shirt and cap would be deducted from his first check. Mr. Brown stated that he understood and he had no problem with the deduction. Mr. Brown was scheduled to work on Mondays and Wednesdays at the Winston site. On 22 August, 07, Inspector Green, came to the Mall site where he would check in with the Supervisors and the Officer where they would meet to pick up there radios and cars before going to there assigned post. Officer Brown was on duty, but he was not in uniform. Officer Brown was informed, by Inspector Green, that he need to be in the company uniform (shirt and cap). Inspector Green went to his car and came back with a shirt and cap for Officer Brown. Inspector Green verbally informed Officer Brown that the shirt and cap would be deducted from his first check.

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Alternative Dispute Resolution

On 23 August, 07 the Payroll Administer learned that Abel Security Company...
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