Wells Fargo Will Appeal $5.4M OSHA Whistleblower Award
Wells Fargo plans to appeal a federal regulator's order to pay a large award to a fired manager at a Los Angeles bank branch and reinstate him. The filing of the complaint with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration was unusual, experts said.
By Sue Reisinger|April 04, 2017
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Wells Fargo plans to appeal a federal regulator’s order that it pay $5.4 million to a fired manager and reinstate him.
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