Michael Brodkorb created a hostile work environment, Republican senator says
|Michael Brodkorb created a hostile work environment, according to a state senator|
Brodkorb, the Republican Senate caucus' former communications director, was "abusive," "vicious," and "threatening," according to our source, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to potential litigation. The senator says "numerous" state legislators complained to former Majority Leader Amy Koch about Brodkorb.
"He was the ultimate hostile work environment, and what we couldn't figure out is why Koch wouldn't fire him," our source said. "She wouldn't take any action against him. Well, he was the guy we found out was in control."
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"There is no doubt that a manager cannot have such a relationship with someone they oversee, whose budget they oversee," Michel said.
Our source revealed that "numerous" Republican senators complained to Koch about Brodkorb's boorish behavior but it fell on deaf ears.
"They weren't addressed because of things we didn't realize," the source said.