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Help at Home regional director Chris Qualls accused of sexual harassment

The EEOC has filed a discrimination lawsuit against Help at Home, Inc., a company that provides home health care to elderly and disabled individuals in their homes.

The EEOC claims that in September 2009, Kari McConnell and Jaclyn Stone, two employees at Help at Home’s Hillsboro, Mo., office, complained to Sherry Schroetter, branch manager of the site, that Regional Director Chris Qualls sexually harassed them.

The sexual harassment is alleged to have included graphic sexual comments made to both McConnell and Stone, particularly of sexual acts that Qualls performed with another employee at the worksite.

According to the EEOC, after Schroetter complained to Vice President Rick Cantrell on behalf of her subordinates, all three employees were terminated.

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