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$10,000 Paid in WA Unfair Labor Practice Charges

Pauline Wesen was a Sergeant at the Washington Corrections Center. In
January 2001 she became the subject of untrue rumors started by staff
members to defame her. She was eventually demoted to guard. Her complaint
with the Offices of Risk Management stated she was not afforded
opportunities of other staff and denied training. On March 26, 2002, the
WDOC agreed to settle the matter by paying Wesen $10,000, re-instating her
as a Sergeant, grant her back pay, restored 84 hours of sick leave and
201.6 hours of vacation leave, to remove all adverse letters of reprimand
or other documents relative to the claim's time period, and provide her
first Line Supervision training. Wesen acted pro se on the claim. See:
Pauline Wesen, Division of Risk Management Claim No. 31053939.

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