On several occasions, employers have asked me to do things I refused to do. I worked at a government-run halfway house for one month in a clerical position - maintaining files, generating reports, corresponding with Probation Officers, etc. Inmates who had less than 6 months of their sentences lived there & were supposed to work, keep their rooms clean & be drug tested daily. My job did not involve any contact or interaction with inmates; it was strictly an office position. I was told none of the inmates were convicted of any violent or sex-related offences; mostly drug related. After a week, my supervisor started showing me how to do a "Face Page." That involves interviewing inmates in a locked room & filling out information about their offenses. Of course it was dangerous; some inmates got angry at the personal questions I was supposed to ask. And, my supervisor also lied about no violent or sex-related inmates at the facility. Several inmates had rape & murder convictions. As if that wasn't enough, she told me that when we were short staffed, I would be asked to collect urine samples from inmates for drug testing. She handed me an instruction sheet that included: "The tester must personally witness the sample enter the bottle," I guess to verify that the inmate wasn't providing someone else's sample. When I told her the job was not truthfully explained to me when I was hired, she said, "You're not a team player." I said, "You're not an honest person."