EEOC Investigation to Determine if Toxic Boss Poisoned Work Environment at Indeck

Amy Kilbride and Christine Marirea, two former employees of the Indeck Alexandria Energy Center, have filed charges with the U.S. EEOC and the N.H. Commission for Human Rights alleging they were fired on August 3 in retaliation for complaining to management about Plant Manager Tim Chase creating a hostile work environment.

In the EEOC filing, Kilbride described several instances where Chase humiliated her publicly in front of her coworkers.  Before Tim Chase became Indeck’s plant manager several months ago, Marirea said that the company “was a great place to work.  They treated us well, I had no complaints.”

Source: The Citizen

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