WALTON, Ky. – reports of discrimination forces a bank teller in Kentucky to file suit against her former employer after she claimed that she was fired for telling bank patrons to ‘have a blessed day.’
Polly Neace says that she used the phrase on the job for two years, but in 2011, she received a Code of Ethics violation notice from U.S. Bank in Walton, asserting that several customers had lodged a complaint. Neace says that she had never personally heard anyone complain about her well-wishes.
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