to Amend “An Act to Establish General Employment Rights”
Due to recent problems in this recently passed legislation, Congress shall make sure that these problems are rectified immediately.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE STATE OF FIRESTONE CONGRESS HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:
(a) “An Act to Establish General Employment Rights” has been defined as: (An Act to Establish General Employment Rights)
(b) The sole purpose of this bill will be to amend two key components of this relevant and prominent piece of legislation to rectify any ambiguities and to better define the certain subsection.
(a) Subsection “a” of Section 2 of “An Act to Establish General Employment Rights” shall be amended to state the following:
- “(a) All employees shall reserve the right to challenge any decision of any employer in civil litigation whereas said decision pertains to employment rights or rights granted by the Bill of Rights.”
(b) Subjection “g” of Section 2 of the aforementioned act shall be amended to state the following:
- “(g) All employees shall be protected from unfair or unjust terminations unless proven actions by the employee, in essence, accelerated and provoked their termination by way of an investigation, malpractice, insubordination, regulations, or et cetera.”
(a) The Firestone Department of Justice, the Firestone Bureau of Investigation, and all employers shall be tasked with the enforcement of this statute after its passage.
(a) Upon passage of this legislation by both the Senate, the House of Representatives, and subsequently being signed by the Governor, this bill shall be made law and go into effect immediately without unnecessary delay.
Attorney General Brotix_RBLX, Author
Senator DevMartavis, Revisionist