I am a business litigator "on the sidelines" but Mr. Kirschman is "in the trenches" of employment litigation, and all his comments should be carefully considered.
Not all employer-side attorneys support this development in the law and labor relations. Many argue internally that this practice is bad social and economic policy with down-the-road consequences that will be disadvantageous to everyone, including management.
New word for the day..."exegesis"! Thanks Christine, I am always learning something from you.
Like Michael, that is a new word for me too Christine. I had to go look it up. Thanks for the teaching moment.
I majored in Philosphy and Theology at Georgetown, so exegesis crossed my path more than once. Ms. McCall gives my comment far more credit than it merits. My respects to you all.
I took a few philosophy and theology courses in college, but I don't remember hearing the word. But, I don't remember a lot of stuff from my college days, so no surprise.
OK, guys, you know I didn't mean to be pretentious. I learned that word as "a short, incisive, yet complete explication of a single clearly defined subject." I should confess learned it yesterday when my husband trounced me at Scrabble. Watch out for my Comments in the days to come; we got a new S Board and it rotates!
I don't think you are being pretentious. I was really impressed by your use of the word. I feel better about myself now since you just recently learned it also.