WI DNR Disciplined 20 Workers in 2014

MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources records allege that some employees last year sexually harassed co-workers, ran a sex product business on state time, tried to use their position to avoid a traffic citation and posted insulting remarks about the public online.

An Associated Press review of DNR discipline records found 20 letters reprimanding, suspending or terminating employees last year.             

According to the records, one employee sexually harassed his female co-workers in a bar.

Another was reprimanded for working on state time as a representative for sex toy company.

Another tried to use his DNR badge to avoid a traffic citation.

And another commented on Facebook that she hated her job and made fun of calls she received from the public.

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