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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Laundry to Reduce Air Emmissions and Fund Cleaner Burning Wood Stove Purchases
BOSTON, Mass. — Alltex Uniform Rental Service, an industrial laundry in Manchester, N.H. has agreed to settle claims by the US Environmental Protection Agency that it violated the Clean Air Act by paying a civil penalty of $65,000. They will also be undertaking a Supplemental Environmental Project with a value of at least $220,000 to replace old, polluting wood stoves in southern New Hampshire with new, cleaner models. Additionally, the company will install equipment at its facility to remove approximately 20 tons per year of emissions of volatile organic compounds (“VOCs”). G&K Services is the parent company of Alltex Uniform Rental Service Inc. The EPA action grew out of an EPA inspection of the facility in July 2008.