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Savannah employee may not pursue EEOC discrimination complaint against Acting City Manager Rochelle Small-Toney

Carol Bell, the Savannah city director of Central Services, said that she might drop the discrimination complaint that she filed with the EEOC against Acting City Manager Rochelle Small-Toney.

Bell, who plans to retire soon, had alleged that Small-Toney “rules in an environment of fear and intimidation.”

Read more at Savannah Morning News

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  2. Often employees need validation for their complaints, and companies need to start taking them seriously just like local cities do. Gone are the days when you can push people around without somebody finding out about it.

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