A whistleblower who took her corporate timeshare employer to court alleging she was fired in retaliation for calling out dubious sales practices told The New York Times that her “soul feels taller” after a California State jury awarded her $20 million in lost earnings and damages. Patricia Williams, 44, told the New York Times that she has paid a heavy price for reporting unethical and fraudulent practices she says she witnessed at Wyndham Vacation Ownership where she worked as a sales representative. Ms. Williams alleges Wyndham fired her for complaining about various sales practices she witnessed at an upscale time-share ... Read More
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