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I have a NQF 7 bachelours degree in HR management. I informed an employee under my control of his rights regarding polygraph testing, now I am being accused of intimidation. how do I defend myself?

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You would have learnt that in the degree course
refer back to course notes
As a manager your tone will result in that charge as that can be intimidation or stand over tactic

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  • Anonymous Jan 23, 2019

    google tells me you are in South African.
    why ask yanks here on computer parts HIS . in USA>?

    In the USA a polygraph is not admissible in court,so is in fact a form of intimidation.
    the USA army tested it FULLY, 50% lied and were not detected, proving it is useless for truth.
    for sure. (NOT MINE)

    we are USA are you in S.Africa, with all this malarkey>
    it is a form of tortureE(sic)
    the test only works on weak minds.
    and does not prove a thing. period.
    In truth it is a toy used by very bad folks.

    If I was forced to trick others to take this test I'd quite that day.
    It's evil and is tortureE.

    for sure false positives.and the ensuing H3LL>
    I'm clean but doing that to others, I'd never do.

  • Anonymous Jan 23, 2019

    answer,:
    beg
    cry
    apologize
    or quite or take the hit, buck up man up.
    I'd move on.... life too short for this BS.

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