Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by SoCalUPS, Mar 13, 2019.
I just want to know the name of their attorney...For future reference of course...
UPS has already fired two employees for this and has been working with the Ohio Civil Rights Commission.
"UPS promptly investigated and took swift disciplinary action against those found to have engaged in inappropriate actions, including the discharge of two employees," UPS Director of Corporate Media Relations Glenn Zaccara told CNN when asked for comment about the lawsuit.
Zaccara said that since then, the company has participated in "remedial actions" in cooperation with the Ohio Civil Rights Commission to ensure employees are trained and has also monitored its operations to ensure a positive and harassment-free environment.
"The company has strict policies against harassment and discrimination," Zaccara said. "When an incident is reported, UPS takes the matter seriously, thoroughly investigates and takes appropriate disciplinary action against those found responsible for misconduct."
Big enough to where they get a good chunk of change, small enough to where UPS will pay it and not go to trial.
Just more great press for ups.... they have been around for over 100 years, when are they going to start figuring all this out.... smfh!!
Management was promoted and moved to Obetz.
The good news..Things can only get better! Cue the Howard Jones
Same crap as always. No one gives a damn until it starts to affect them.
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