May 1, 2012
Apparently after all Ecolab Mcdonough has put me through with this wrongful termination Ecolab is playing pin the donkey now. I mean first of all Ecolab lied about my threatening an hourly associate. Ecolab never challenged the Dept of Labor to stop my benefits knowing full well with charges like threatening and intimidation this (does not) stand well with the Dept of Labor. At least thats what the Dept of Labor told me. Everyone knows Ecolab just wanted me out and I mean if Ecolab would of stayed the course as they claim they do, Ecolab would of not did me any favors and move forward with the denial of service toward me receiving my unemployment benefits. So once again this is more evidence proving Ecolab just made up these false accusations. Now some 6 months later Ecolab Mcdonough is dragging its feet to possibly create more lies about what to tell other EEOC, which is investigating the October 13, 2011 incident and what it compares to other hourly associate situation with Last Chance return to Work cases. Their is proof of this and other associates who have been discipline, but only to return back to work time and time again with (1) year disciplinaries. Discrimination has played a big part here because of race and color. Violations include Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. And a couple current hourly associates who were there at my defense know Ecolab and its (At Will) policies can retaliate against them for helping me. But not even Ecolab can violate its own handbook policies according to the law. So after all is done Ecolab Mcdonough I hear by say that you Ecolab according to the laws of Georgia follow these rules: Backpay/Reinstatement/Promotion/Neutral Reference/Unemployment Compensation/Resignation with File Expungement/Apology/Confidentiality/Non-Disparagement. Now these are my terms and conditions towards what you have done in discriminating against me. At Will does has its limits.