Re: different rules
So why would you want him to leave quietly and with enough money to take up sailing for the rest of his life? Ah yes, marketing.
Yes, but not only. No company wants a wrongful termination lawsuit from an employee fired for alleged sexual harassment, which is going to last months, drag the victim of harassment in the proceedings, and may ultimately end up in the employee getting back the job when the jury somehow decides the harassment has not been proved "beyond reasonable doubt".