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Employee terminated for misconduct, not whistleblowing (access required)

A Dominion Energy maintenance supervisor terminated after violating safety procedures and falsely recording his working time failed to show his termination was because of his alleged whistleblowing. Background In 2002, Walter Madison began working at Dominion’s North Anna Power Station. In 2009, Dominion promoted Madison to be an electrical maintenance supervisor. In early October 2016, Dominion hired Brent ...