Apr 272010
 April 27, 2010  Posted by  Court, Workplace

Cindy Powers of the Associated Press reports:

Two women have filed a $250,000 wrongful termination suit against a major Bend employer that raises questions about workplace privacy, confidentiality and how employers handle investigations into potential misconduct.

Pamela Castaneda and Pamela McCauley maintain TRG Customer Solutions fired them in June 2008 for “disclosing confidential personnel information” contained in a computer file they say was accessible to employees at the company’s Bend-based call center. The file had information about a “disciplinary action” of a TRG employee whom one of the women had accused of sexual harassment, according to the suit.

Read more in the Ashland Daily Tidings.

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