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Firing upheld for ‘false’ report of harassment (access required)

An employer may fire an employee who reported a coworker’s sexual harassment claim, when the employer’s investigation determined the reporting employee fabricated the claim, a federal appeals court said on June 7. The employee said she reported the coworker’s claim in good faith, and the coworker later changed her story to corroborate the report, according to ...