'Ballistic' HR professional taken to court over bullying sick employee

'Ballistic' HR professional taken to court over bullying sick employee

An HR supervisor who has been taken to court for allegedly bullying an ill employee has blamed his anger issues on “being from Brooklyn.”

Giselle Harrison says Anthony Parker, a HR supervisor at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, “went ballistic” when she called in sick for a week around New Year’s 2014 and refused to reveal her illness.

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