Can an employer mandate me?

Updated: Oct 14

#ForFreedom #NOTRequiredByLaw #EmploymentLaw #EmployeeRights #ConstitutionalLaw


If you or someone you know is facing a threat of termination for not getting the mandatory cookies, show them this post. Students who are being forced to choose between going to college or choosing freedom from an unsafe, unapproved drug, this is for you as well!


Hello everyone. My name is Joseph Radzwion IV, YOUR Trusted Attorney with Radzwion Law, PLLC.


Today talking to you who are facing termination or know someone who is facing termination. Maybe your employer has written you a threatening letter or has verbally told you that you if you don't get the mandatory cookies by a specific date you will be terminated.


I want everyone out there to know that you have rights. Rights protected under Federal Laws, State Laws and the US Constitution. But you should be consulting with a Trusted before you make any rash decisions. Even if you are considering filing for an exemption whether religious or medical, it would be wise to consult with a Trusted Attorney to best protect your freedom.


Why should I consult with an Attorney? Don't Attorney's cost money? Yes and freedom is expensive to protect. Anything valuable is worth paying for. I say retain and consult with a Trusted Attorney because there are implications under the law for filing exemptions with an employer, and the Attorney should be able to walk you through the process.


Lastly, please share this post with as many people as possible. Let them know they have rights and they shouldn't be bullied by their employer into doing something they don't want to do.


We live in the greatest country on plant earth with specific freedoms, granted by God Himself, and the Constitution and the laws are there to protect us from sinful humans violating our freedoms.


Remember you should never take anything we post as legal advice. You should always consult with a Trusted Attorney regarding your legal issue.



YOUR Trusted Attorney:

If you would like to retain Radzwion Law, PLLC as YOUR Trusted Attorney, do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to protect you when you need it most and we will fight for your freedom.



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