Capital Bullying

Finally someone has stood up and said no more. To the housekeeper that was forced from her job crying because she was bullied by not only nurses but her supervisor, we say GOOD FOR YOU! I am a housekeeper as well and have tolerated this type of abuse onl

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Published March 22, 2007.Capital Bullying

Finally someone has stood up and said no more. To the housekeeper that was forced from her job crying because she was bullied by not only nurses but her supervisor, we say GOOD FOR YOU! I am a housekeeper as well and have tolerated this type of abuse only because I need the pay. It was great to see that finally someone has put their foot down by going to the paper and having their story told. I'm sure many more of us would do the same if we didn't have to worry about them taking our money too if we speak out.

I can say that you were great to work with and always made us laugh. We are proud of you for having the guts to go to the media. You have certainly given us some good topics for discussion around the lunch table HA HA! It's all anyone can talk about!

This workplace abuse must stop. Until something is done more and more good workers like her will be lost.

Thanks agian for standing up we all respect you for it. You are missed. And don't let them get away with this, keep going until you get what honestly belongs to you. As far as I am concerned they are still bullying you by holding your pay. We are ALL behind you. Best of luck

Worthwhile Housekeeper

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