We represented a global engineering company in a Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health Administration (TOSHA) complaint filed by a former employee. The employee alleged that his termination was in retaliation for his safety complaint and his participation in a safety investigation. TOSHA, after its investigation, dismissed the employee’s complaint. TOSHA and the Unemployment Appeals Division both determined that the employee was terminated for his violation of the company’s attendance policy.
Defense of Global Engineering Company in Retaliatory Claim
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