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Case #3 Harassed as retaliation.
Plaintiff had an excellent employment record. In about the ninth year plaintiff refused her supervisor’s demand to sign a false statement about a colleague. Subsequently, plaintiff began to notice and document her supervisor’s apparent violations of employment policies and practices, which she reported to HR. Plaintiff’s attempts to move out of the department were blocked by her supervisor, who plaintiff believed was also sabotaging plaintiff’s reputation. When plaintiff complained to HR, she was referred back to the supervisor. Ultimately, plaintiff’s employment was terminated and she sued for wrongful termination.
Three Sixty HR wrote a Declaration in support of the plaintiff. The case settled.
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