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Disgruntled security guard closer to getting compensation

Date Posted: 2008-05-09

A Japanese security guard working at U.S. Marine Corps Base Okinawa is drawing support from the Public Employment Office in his harassment suit against his supervisor.
The case has been running for months, after the man finally complained “My boss applied power harassment to me, not giving me any job for nine months.” In his legal complaint, the guard said he’d been told only to “sit down at this chair, don’t move at all, and don’t even read a newspaper.” When the complaint went forward, the supervisor shifted the guard to other positions three times in less than six months.
The guard is appealing for consolation money from the government, and the Public Employment Office acknowledges it has asked the Marines’ Military Police section to pay employment insurance to the man. The man has provided 150 letters documenting the case, including his unwanted moves from job to job. The Public Employment Office says they believe the man is entitled to compensation.

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