“On a Frolic of Racial Insensitivity – The Rogue Supervisor”: Hill Advisory News

Nov 25, 2010 | Corporate Member News

“Mr Hornsby was employed as an Operator at a City yard. He was discharged from the City by way of letter dated December 24th which referred to ‘inappropriate behavior in the workplace’. The ‘inappropriate behavior’ related primarily to a number of statements made by Mr Hornsby to visible minority employees. The Union submitted a grievance which alleged that Mr Hornsby had been unjustly discharged.” 

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