In Chatanooga, Tenessee the EEOC has issued a determination that there is evidence that a city employee was sexually harassed and retaliated against. How did this come about? Well the employee filed an internal complaint accusing director of general services manager Paul Page of sexual harassment. The comaplaint was after Page was placed on a "corrective action plan" violating Chattanooga's sexual harassment policies. Page also received a "Last Chance Warning".
Strangely enough after all is said and done Mr. Page remains an employee of the city. It's a wonder that big cities still have these types of problems. Perhaps the city plan Tennesee sexual harassment training for the manager and staff to ensure that this doesn't happen again.