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Asked on: 8/05/11, 2:18 pm

I was terminated after HR conducted an investigation and concluded that I harassed my supervisor.I gave my supervisor a card expressing my appreciation for her part in giving me a birthday party.In the card I wrote ...that she helped make my birthday great and that I love you for that.I told HR that I had given my supervisor compliments such as 'you look nice today" "you look very pretty' in the past and she never acted offended or told me she didn't appreciate the compliments or to stop.They said the card was evidence that I harassed her.I am filing a complaint with the California DFEH and want to know if I should tell them of previous compliments or just stick with the evidence that HR found?HR doesn't even have the card I gave her.

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