Imagine this a hard-working union laborer, working diligently through their second shift of the day. He picked up some extra hours that their boss was happy to give, knowing he had his second child recently and closed on a three-bedroom ranch. His demeanor and go-getter attitude are exactly what will keep production on pace to meet the department quota at the end of the month. The rubber meets the road and life is splendid. Until his employer’s archaic human resource policies got in the way. Read the complete article.