July 3, 2012
Abuse of authority is the unfair use of one's power to interfere with an employee's work and performance in the form of humiliation, intimidation or threat. It does not include professional duties, such as appraisals, counseling or usual managerial responsibilities.
Employees need to distinguish between the various forms of abuse of power in the workplace. According to the Gender and Diversity program's website, supervisors can abuse their power through their speech, including making criticisms about employees’ physical appearance, work skills and intellect. The tone of a supervisor's voice--for example, a supervisor raising her voice at an employee or using foul language--can constitute emotional abuse. Ignoring employees and threatening employees with paycheck reductions or loss of a promotion are abusive. So are physical forms of abuse, including touching, hitting and slapping. Penny Jones (HR) at this facility(600) has use inappropriate touching with an hourly associate against his will during the Oct 14, 2011 suspenion investigation of the wrongful termination Union supporter hourly associate. Jones was also given the green light from Director HR Carla Smith to lied to the EEOC during the termination investigation weeks ago. Also Mgr Malik Ford and a newly current Supervisor at 600 were all in on the charade. Jones according to sources in the 600 bldg is still being seen using sexual encounters with some hourlys, all in this year of 2012. The EEOC believes the alleged (3) were telling the truth during meetings supposely held at Ecolab 600. But still insiders are sharing different stories with others about the EEOC's visit. More to come on What Carla Smith has allow to continue in the Mcdonough 600 Plant . Ecolab's Committee Board allows all of these kinds of acts throughout its company treasures. As Ecolab sales Ecolab goes. Getting the job done with the Right We can Do it Attitude. This is terrible Larson
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Jerry Quigley Ecolab Mcdonough Plant 600 Plant Manager along with Penny Jones Human Resource Rep and Carla Smith Corporate Human Resource Rep have all violated my rights and have wrongfully violated their own company handbook policies.Ecolab states that "We prefer promotion from within and support active programs of training and ...