Blogspotting: That's what she said

Stephen Baker

At the HR Hero Blog, last week, human resources specialist named Julie Elgar focuses on the outrages that take place on NBC's The Office--and puts a litigation price on them. I was surprised to see that the last episode, when boorish office manager Michael Scott ruins an employee's wedding, had a litigation cost of zero. "Being a jerk is not illegal," Elgar writes. That should be a relief to us all.

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