Employer must prove that the employee knew, but failed to follow, procedures

Employer must prove that the employee knew, but failed to follow, proceduresNYC Department of Environmental Protection v Segarra, OATH Index No. 2730/10 The New York City Department of Environmental Protection charged Anthony Segarra, a senior sewage treatment worker at a water pollution control plant, with two instances of neglect of duty involving the taking of water samples. OATH Administrative Law Judge Alessandra F. Zorgniotti found that the Department failed to prove that Segarra knew about the procedures at issue. Accordingly, Judge Zorgniotti recommended that the charges that the Department had filed against Segarra be dismissed. The decision is posted on the Internet at: http://archive.citylaw.org/oath/10_Cases/10-2730.pdf NYPPL

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