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Leigh Hornbeck - November 2017
Meg Keyes was a "hard-charging" finance executive for decades. She continued with that attitude even after she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014, continuing to work and taking time to recover from surgery and treatments only when necessary. According to Keyes, work was vital to her recovery.
However, according to the current lawsuit, despite her take-charge attitude, upon Keyes' diagnosis, her status as a vital employee was no longer the case. Keyes reports stigmas by Ayco management employees, being considered a financial liability for the company's health insurance plan, and being considered less selfless, dedicated, and productive than she'd been prior to her diagnosis. Despite a successful 27-year career, Keyes was let go in September 2016.
For more on Keye's lawsuit and allegations, click here.
Original source: www.timesunion.com