Orange execs' guilty verdicts over worker suicides upheld by appeal court

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Charges of "moral harassment" upheld against former CEO of French telecoms group Orange. Didier Lombard, one other former executive and two still with the company. Charges related to a spate of worker suicides in the late 2000s. The workers' deaths led to deep soul-searching over corporate culture in France.
2 months ago·Paris, France

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Orange execs' guilty verdicts over worker suicides upheld by appeal court

PARIS - Charges of "moral harassment" were upheld by the Paris Court of Appeal on Friday against the former CEO of French telecoms group Orange Didier Lombard, one other former executive and two still with the company related to a spate of worker suicides in the late 2000s. "The guilt of former executives of Orange was upheld on appeal," the court said in a statement. The workers'

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Orange execs’ guilty verdicts over worker suicides upheld by appeal court – One America News Network

PARIS (Reuters) – Charges of “moral harassment” were upheld by the Paris Court of Appeal on Friday against the former CEO of French telecoms group Orange Didier Lombard, one other former executive and two still with the company related to a spate of worker suicides in the late 2000s.“The guilt of former executives of Orange was upheld on appeal,” the court said in a statement.The workers’ deaths during a restructuring at the company in the …

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