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Finn Canonica Wikipedia, Wiki, Frau, Magazine – In response to a query from the Keystone-SDA news agency on Thursday, a Tamedia official verified a report by the Republic that had reported on the filing of the lawsuit.
The lawsuit was brought against the Mirror and author Roshani on Wednesday, according to a Tamedia representative. Tamedia felt that certain references to the Harvey Weinstein case in the text and photographs violated people’s privacy.
In a guest post for the Mirror, the former magazine editor Roshani accused her former boss Finn Canonica of severe claims of abuse. For years, she had been the victim of power abuse.
Under Canonica, a bullying and sexist regime had taken hold. He had insulted her verbally, calling her “the un-fucked one” among other things. She said that Tamedia, her former employer, had been passive despite her repeated attempts to contact several corporate departments.
Tamedia requested an outside inquiry, which found that many of the claims, particularly the claim of sexual harassment, could not be proven. In general, the claims weren’t fully supported by the evidence.
The business admitted failures, though. Such a quarrel shouldn’t have started in the first place given the managerial culture expected at the publishing business. The case’s clarity had taken far too long.
Out of line in tone
The company’s previous editor-in-chief, MagazineCanonica, denied the charges. If he had made a mistake, it occurred in 2014 when, according to the 57-year-old, he “possibly adopted a wrong tone” and “communicated harshly” with the workers.
The Tamedia Group at the time, which had placed stringent cost-cutting measures on him, and the structures in place were the main causes. He was being pressed. He later referred to the swastikas he had written in Germanisms on the writings of female employees as “extreme stupidity.”
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|Net Worth in Dollars||1 Million|
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