Man who constantly whined about safety gets the ax

December 2011
Safety Alert for Supervisors;12/19/2011, Vol. 9 Issue 204, p4
This article reports on the case of a supervisor who sued his former employer, contending that he was dismissed in retaliation for complaining about safety-related problems.


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