Where a dietary aid argued that she was fired from her job at a nursing home for complaining that the home allowed a dog in the kitchen, her complaints about a violation of a health department regulation did not invoke a clear mandate of public policy since the plaintiff agreed that she had grudgingly accepted the responsibility for keeping the dog out of the kitchen, so the employer was entitled to summary judgment.
Judgment is affirmed.
Welch v. Boonville No. 2 (MLW No. 66969/Case No. WD77158 – 9 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Welsh, J.) Appealed from circuit court, Cooper County, Koffman, J. (Dennis Egan, Kansas City, Missouri, for appellant) (Kimberley Mathis, St. Louis, and Robert Tomaso, St. Louis, for respondent).
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