No one's saying it's not the employer's right, if you think that's what I have implied here we are having a serious breakdown in communication. I'm asking for a *reason*. "Because he's trying to set a look or tone" is a sort of reason I suppose, but it makes no sense to me. No one is going to be mistaking them for business execs. These are guys who do their jobs wearing nothing but a pair of shorts and half the time looking like horror film victims.
I feel like your argument is boiling down to "cuz the UFC said so", but I already addressed the topic of arbitrary rules. Yes, they can institute them. Yes I still have a right to voice an opinion, and if I can't see a good reason for them. it's probably not going to be a positive one.
I guess you can't see why and I can't see why not... so it is what it is.
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