Asked in Jobs
Can you get fired for pushing someone at work.i pushed someone because for months he has been getting on my nerves. the job is papa johns.i really dont want to get fired because i have a family.help?
I don't think you'd get fired for pushing someone, but maybe if you punched them. ...
Asked in Human Behavior
If someone punched you in the face what would you do?
I would hit them back and kill them
Should a dealer manager be a dealer principal or dealer principle?
The spelling is DEALER PRINCIPAL (a principal here is someone with a proprietary interest). ...
Asked in Urban Slang
What does it mean if somebody says to someone what you have is a shiner?
A shiner is an old slang term for a black eye, usually from getting punched by someone. ...
Asked in Credit and Debit Cards, Banking, PayPal
If someone takesw money from your account because you left it ATM after you punched in pin what is the outcome?
file a police report, inform the bank. should be video from the camera with the guys face ...
Asked in Lawyers
Can someone not related to principal get power of attorney even if a relative of principal is still alive?
Anyone can be given a power of attorney. Relationship does not matter, it is the decision of the principal. ...
Asked in Business and Industry
What is the difference in a Partner and a Principal a business firm?
A partner is someone who has helped to start the business or who has a lot of stock in the company. A principal is someone from the outside who contributes information or services to the business. ...
Asked in Definitions
What is the difference between sound and unsound argument?
A sound argument is put forth by someone who knows all the facts of the situation and can convince someone by his knowledge on the subject. Unsound is someone arguing without knowing what the facts are, or what they are talking about. ...
Asked in Credit and Debit Cards, Banking, Estates
Can a bank decline a power of attorney because the principal is incarcerated and cannot be present to sign?
When a principal executes a Power of Attorney it is for the purpose of allowing someone else, the attorney-in-fact, to sign for them BECAUSE they cannot sign in person. The bank should accept a properly executed POA. ...
Asked in Criminal Law
Do you go to jail if you send someone to the hospital?
It depends; how bad the injury is. If you stabbed someone, then yes. if you punched someone in the face, and they needed stitches, then you could go to jail for abusive behaviour. ...
What is a disclosed principal?
A disclosed principal is someone who you have acknowledged to a third party that you are acting as an agent for. An undisclosed principal means that you appear to be acting for your own account, but you are actually acting as agent for the undisclosed principal without telling anyone. ...
Asked in Definitions, Persuasive Speech
Which best explains how persuasion and argument are different?
Argument is using words to try to win someone over to your point of view, whether logical or not. Persuasion is using any means to win someone over to your point of view, including argument, seduction, threatening, or bribery. ...