It is a frustrating fact that even poorly performing employees often win lawsuits for discrimination or wrongful termination. They often claim:
"I didn't know what was expected of me";
"I didn't know that I wasn't meeting job standards;" or
"I didn't know this awful thing (termination, demotion etc.) could happen to me."
How can an employee who is dismissed for sub-par performance win such a lawsuit?
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Employee Crushes Hand on Ironer
SOMMERVILLE, Mass. — A commercial laundry has been fined by OSHA after an employee’s had was crushed while lubricating the chain of an ironer that was running. The OSHA inspection found that the machine was not de-energized prior to the maintenance that was attempted. Royal Institutional Services Inc., has been cited by OSHA for four alleged violations of workplace safety standards. The laundry, owned by Angelica Corp., faces a total of $49,935 in proposed fines.