Employees testify about bullying

By From page A1 | November 04, 2013

Twenty-one year county employee Sam Koch, now retired, testified that in his years with the county, during many of which he served as a shop steward for the El Dorado County Employees Association Local 1, that he “had many opportunities to see bullying by supervisors and managers. I was aware of things done to others, but it was always done in the ‘best interests of the department.’ I don’t know how you make a policy effective when it’s done (the bullying) for the good of the department,” Koch said.

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