Paul Cronan and New England Telephone Company

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Paul's supervisor Charles O'Brian refused to grant him permission a third time, unless he informs him on the reason for the appointment. Charles O'Brian told Paul Cronan that it is company practice to inform the person's supervisor of any matter which could involve affecting the attendance of an employee...
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Charles O'Brian insisted on knowing the nature of the doctor's visits. He promised Paul Cronan that the information would be held in confidence. Charles O'Brian instructed Paul Cronan to see the New England Telephone Company's doctor. The doctor determined that he had AIDS and recommended to see a psychiatrist...
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