By: Brian Hews | Los Cerritos News
Former Central Basin (CB) employee Tammye Hierlihy, and four others, have reached a tentative settlement agreement following a series of lawsuits claiming harassment, intimidation, retaliation, and wrongful termination.
According to CB officials, the agency’s insurance company will pay $1 million, while CB will pay $1.25 million.
In the successful lawsuit, Hierlihy and the other employees claimed a year-long campaign of harassment and intimidation in retaliation for “their refusal to participate in acts that would violate the law.”
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