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Published: 06 September 2018

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John Taulien is a miscreant who specializes in discriminating against employees in the workplace. His employment past is rife with retaliation of all sorts including this federal case: LEES v. JOHN V. TAULIEN (Thermo Scientific Corporation) Case No. C2-06-984. (S.D. Ohio Sep 04, 2008) casetext.com/case/lees-v-thermo-electron-corp-4 John’s LinkedIn page notes that he is now working at Leica Microsystems (a Danaher Corporation company) where he is no doubt carrying on with his past of actively discriminating against those whom he supervises as he did the same thing at Boumatic (for 5 months before being terminated) and at Thermo Fisher Scientific when the above titled case was filed in Federal Court. How bad does it have to be for someone to decide to sue someone else to federal court? It must have been pretty bad. Hence, the question arises, did Leica Microsystems (and the parent company Danaher Corporation) know about the miscreant they now have on their payroll? Did John Taulien volunteer his discriminatory past during the interview process? More importantly. who is now on the receiving end of John’s wrath? Read the federal lawsuit and see what statements fell out of this POS mouth: John Taulien: “Lisa, Dick Lees is an issue but is 1-2 years from retirement. Have we ever created an enhanced retirement package to encourage a person to retire early? Don’t want to set a precedence here but the odds of Dick `changing’ is low and he won’t accept a PIP well, though we can try.” John Taulien: “This is where we put in the dagger. . . . If we can get Dick Lees to retire and [another employee] to go back to selling . . ., then we have this licked.” (Pl’s Mem. in Opp., Exh. G.).” Taulien told (Thermo sales rep Paul Sikora) that he “does not like the idea that he has the oldest sales force in the country.” This is how John V. Taulien seeks REVENGE in the workplace: “Taulien had put Sikora on a performance improvement plan and required that he do special reports that no one else in the region was required to complete.” And this is how John V. Taulien LIES: “Taulien first denied that he had used statements such as “new generation” and “old fashioned” in the conversation with Plaintiff. (Pl’s Mem. in Opp., Exh. K.) Defendants now maintain that Taulien’s use of the words “new generation” and “old-fashioned” referred to the product orientation and processes of the new combined Company, not to Plaintiff’s age. (Taulien Dep., at pp. 117-123.)” The federal transcript is located at: transcript Peter: casetext.com/case/lees-v-thermo-electron-corp-4 casetext.com/case/lees-v-thermo-electron-corp Dear Leica Leadership/Danaher Leadership: Please tell us why you hired this known discriminatory POS?

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