Employers across Florida often go to great lengths to develop and enforce their workplace policies. These policies are typically set to protect the business itself from certain adverse events. They can also be important in protecting employees, as is the case with policies that prohibit discrimination and harassment.
The relationship between employees and employers is typically fairly straightforward. Employers make rules and enforce them and employees are expected to comply with them. If an employee does or says something that an employer doesn't like or agree with, it is very possible that the employee will face some consequences. An example of this could be when an employer demotes or fires someone for cursing at a client or for lying on an important document.