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HR Manager Sues Crane Composites on Firing

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May 27, 2014 by   Leave a Comment

A human resources manager is suing her former employer,  Crane Composites Inc., for wrongful termination.

The South Bend Tribune reported that in the complaint submitted to federal court, Taimi Fernandez-Guillot claims she was fired because she refused to ignore “systemic issues of undocumented workers at the Goshen, Ind., plant.”

According to the claim, Fernandez-Guillot terminated an employee in February for using false identification. In his exit interview, he told her that most of the plant was “illegal.” She began auditing the employees and reported evidence that there were undocumented workers at the Goshen plant to her superiors.

She alleges a company official told her in an April meeting to just accept any proofs of I-9 certification for new employees without investigating. The certification confirms a non-citizen’s eligibility to work in the United States.

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