Federal authorities took the side of a whistleblower who complained that his employer, a Vermont real estate company, fired him in retaliation for reporting what he believed were illegal transactions within the company. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) said it ordered Hermitage Club Realty LLC to pay the former employee/whistleblower $42,693 in back pay, bonuses, and compensatory damages. Hermitage Club Realty, the on-site realty agency of a luxury ski and golf development in Wilmington, Vermont, fired the employee on Dec. 18, 2017, after he filed a formal complaint with Vermont regulators, according to OSHA. OSHA investigated the ... Read More
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