RE: [World] two high rise incidents in Denver
Wed, 7 Dec 2005 10:34:03 -0600
>>>But I think this is attorney &
media driven for both workers to quit their jobs and sue the company. -- Domingo
They didn't sue the company - they just told a
reporter they were thinking about it.
Here's another article about how they both
happened to quit.
They say they were asked to sign a confidentiality
agreement, after they asked for a raise. Their boss denies all
I don't know what media driven means to you,
but if nobody cared what happened, they wouldn't be covering it.
We're probably not going to hear
anything that hasn't already been said elsewhere in the aftermath of some other
incident, but I think people will actually be more interested in this story
precisely because this sort of thing hasn't been covered
It's unfortunate that Bob Popp & company are the first to get all
this media attention. They have a stellar safety record over the years and a
safety program that impressed everyone who toured their facility last year after
the IWCA meeting in Denver.
But this is news.
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