An opinion poll (sans the actual poll, which nobody seems to use anyway):
Would a company officer who requires his/her crew to exercise on duty be overstepping his authority as a company officer?
Assume for the sake of argument that departmental regulations are silent on the issue, and that there is no performance standard - only participation is required.
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Thread: Overstepping bounds?
08-21-2003, 01:46 PM #1
a ship in a harbor is safe. . . but that's not what ships are for
08-21-2003, 02:28 PM #2
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- Jun 2000
- 911 N. Sycamore St. Yep, that's really our address.
I would be inclined to say no, he is not overstepping his bounds. Probably wants his company physically able to do the job. Nothing much wrong with that, especially as long as it's during the working part of the shift.
However, there may be contractual issues....Omnis Cedo Domus
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