A human resources department review into the exodus of five permanent female workers from the Cache County Clerk/Auditor’s Office since the beginning of 2021 found no legal or personnel policy violations by new County Clerk Jess Bradfield.
Although three of the women have said they felt forced out of their jobs by Bradfield — who launched a major reorganization of the clerk’s office shortly after assuming the post last October and cut several part-time employees’ hours — the review ordered by County Executive David Zook determined Bradfield crossed no lines.
“Cache County takes all allegations seriously and makes every effort to conduct a thorough investigation to ensure compliance with all county policies and personnel laws,” the Human Resources Department wrote in a three-paragraph summation of its investigation released late Friday afternoon. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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