Kaiser Unit Beats ‘Underperforming’ Employee’s Retaliation Go well with

Law360 (Mar 11, 2021, 8:09 p.m. EST) – A Kaiser Permanente unit on Thursday defeated a federal lawsuit in Maryland against a performance specialist who complained about inappropriate comments from a manager and was taking medical leave saying the company did not need one Keeping “below average” employees in the staff.

The US District Judge Paul W. Grimm gave the health plan of the Kaiser Permanente Foundation of the Mid-Atlantic States Inc. a summary judgment. While performance specialist Roberto Marley pinpointed the early stages of a Title VII retaliation case, he hasn’t been able to demonstrate I have no legitimate reason to give him the boot.

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