An accountant formerly employed at WPP agency I-Behavior, which tracks consumer purchase data, says her job was so stressful she was hospitalized twice, and that she was forced out of her job after her doctor told her the pressure at work could cause heart damage. Tammy Armstrong of Rapid City, S.D., alleges in a lawsuit filed in Colorado federal court that she was subjected to “verbal abuse, assault, and massive amounts of work” while employed at I-Behavior as a senior accountant from November 2007 through August of 2011.
WPP and I-Behavior, based in Louisville, Colo., have not responded to the substance of the complaint.
Oddly, both parties and the judge have agreed on a “protective order” that will allow the case to be litigated in secrecy. The order says it is “designed to preserve the confidentiality of certain testimony given by witnesses in this case and certain information contained in documents.”
In her suit, Armstrong alleges:
Throughout Ms ...Zum vollständigen Artikel