18-08-2019 11:53 AM
Is his/her private life any concern of EE?
18-08-2019 12:02 PM
@Davelynne Please explain what that has to do with EE ? EE might employ that person but no company can say what someone can or can not do in their own life away from the working environment. Unless it is stated within the contract that they agreed to when first joining that company. To even ask the question begs the question do you understand what the word means.
22-08-2019 11:19 AM
Welcome to the EE Community and thanks for posting. Sorry to hear that you've had an issue.
Do you mean some kind of breach of confidentiality/inappropriate behaviour by a member of staff?
24-08-2019 01:22 AM
Wait a minute people...
'Infidelity' can mean several different things to a native English speaker, depending on where you come from.
In standard British English, spoken in the UK and Ireland, infidelity means one thing.. The subject has or is being accused of being unfaithful. (in a relationship)
Also in the UK and Ireland it can also mean having an unfaithfulness to a moral obligation. I think in North America this definition is the one that's meant more literally when someone says it.
IE: unfaithfulness to a moral, religious, personal, commercial, financial, contractual, etc. It seems strange to say it but I would hazard a guess and say the person who posted this comment is from North America, West Africa, East Africa or the Caribbean. I might be completely wrong but either way, I'm intrigued.