- Report: #1128244
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Complaint Review: Halden Zimmermann
Halden Zimmermann1700 Leider Lane Buffalo Grove, Illinois USA
Halden Zimmermann is a VIOLENT BAR BRAWLER (aka Halden A. Zimmermann, Derrik E. Zimmermann, Leica Microsystems, Danaher Corporation) bar fight, intoxicated, bully, punk, hothead, workplace violence Buffalo Grove Illinois
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As reported on Ebosswatch.com at: ebosswatch.com/Reviews/Halden-A.-Zimmermann/1389463475 and in numerous Usenet newsgroups, after imbibing some distilled beverages, Leica manager Halden A. Zimmermann (alias Derrik E. Zimmermann) picked a fight and got into a bar brawl with another patron while attending the Leica National Sales meeting in Tuscon, Arizona in March of 2013. Drunken punches were thrown over the condiments added to hard liquor drinks. Halden (aka Hal in the workplace) was the aggressor in this bar brawl. Management at Leica was informed of the bar fight but this bellicose manager was allowed to continue employment in the Leica workplace for another 9 months before being shown the exit door. Why would Leica management allow this caustic individual to stay in the Leica workplace is beyond words! All employers should learn to say NO to violence in the workplace (and a sales meeting is an extention of the workplace) and can offenders at the earliest opportunity.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/04/2014 02:02 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Halden-Zimmermann/Buffalo-Grove-Illinois-60089/Halden-Zimmermann-is-a-VIOLENT-BAR-BRAWLER-aka-Halden-A-Zimmermann-Derrik-E-Zimmerman-1128244. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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