If they don't agree with the way I live, they are not forced to associate with me, and I will not force them. Maybe I'd try to defend myself and argue that I still be good at the job. And it may be efficient or not. But I will not cry and use a bureaucracy to impose anything. That's the true difference between someone who's ethical and someone who's not.So you'd give up your dream job with a simple shrug and a "oh well" just because someone doesn't agree with you on how you live your PERSONAL life away from your career and job?
Possibly, there ca be some clause in the contract we signed whi precise when the boss can hire me or not. If theses clauses are violated then the use of the force may be legitimate, but really that's all.
You are always putting your personal opinion when you hire somebody. If you want to prevent me to use my personal judement, and to force me to hire and pay someone, that's called dictature, and nothing else.I'm going to call bullshit all over that one. It isn't FORCING a boss to pay you. It is forcing people to not put their personal opinions into the professional environment. Which is the way it should be.