Central State University Compensation in Relationships Discussion
On October 1, at approximately 9:45 a.m., I observed Ms. Amy Norby leaving her apartment and running across the street wearing a jogging outfit. I followed her through the park for 40 minutes. During this time she ran for the first 30 minutes and then performed calisthenics for 10 minutes. Afterward, she returned to her apartment.
On October 2, at approximately 7:35 p.m., I observed Ms. Norby leaving her apartment wearing a square dancing outfit. I followed her to a square dance which took place in the recreation center of her apartment. During that time, Ms. Norby participated fully in most of the dances, returning to her apartment 3 hours later.
This information is relevant because Ms. Norby has claimed that she should receive compensation for leg injuries which prevent her from performing her job. Ms. Norby asserts she cannot walk without crutches or other assistance and is unable to stand unaided.