Wall Street regulator canned for sex harassment, then applied 574 times to 82 positions
For all of you dealing with some form of HR nightmare, take heart—someone always has it worse than you.
For all of you dealing with some form of HR nightmare, take heart—someone always has it worse than you. Case in point: According to documents filed in a New York court, a love-addled former Wall Street employee who evidently doesn’t know the meaning of “no,” waged a one-sided war against the HR Manager of her former employer, apparently seeking re-employment and revenge. After being fired for repeatedly sexually harassing a coworker, she allegedly applied 574 times for 82 different positions within the company, using at least 150 aliases and 11 different email accounts, and filed more than 120 ethics complaints against the organization. As if that wasn’t enough, she then signed the HR director up for pornographic magazines and websites, posted threats about him on Craigslist and Twitter, created a webpage about him on Jerk.com, and threatened to shove him in front of a taxi. All that effort, and what did she net? A restraining order against her. Her time might have been better spent looking for a new job (Source: NYPost.com).
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