Pittsburgh, KS (WorkersCompensation.com) – A Kansas humane society director resigned before Christmas, citing an unsafe workplace and unpaid wages.
Her resignation comes months after the resignation of five other shelter workers, one of whom claims the president of the Humane Society’s board of directors pressured her to not file a workers’ compensation claim.
Kelci Rae Cooper began her career at SEK Humane Society in Pittsburgh, KS in February of 2016. But in ...
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