FMLA lawsuit: 7 stupid words that could cost this employer big

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Wells Fargo had mountains of well-documented evidence to back up its decision to fire a poorly performing employee, but a simple phrase by a clueless manager could wind up making all that evidence moot.

And if the lawsuit — Stewart v. Wells Fargo — does cost the organization big, perhaps it can serve as a lesson to other employers on what not to do.

A slow, steady decline

Here’s some background on the suit: After being hired by Wells Fargo in March of 2012 as a sales consultant, the plaintiff, Stewart, started a slow and steady performance decline, beginning

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