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Washington's longtime insurance commissioner, Mike Kreidler, is facing allegations that he verbally mistreats staff and that his behavior is destabilizing the office. One top staffer filed a formal complaint in February accusing Kreidler of bullying him and antagonizing staff. The complaint said Kreidler is "not fit to lead" and should consider stepping aside. Kreidler responds that he has high standards for his staff, but also said he will work to be more careful in how he deals with people. He said he has no plans to resign is position.

Washington’s Longtime Insurance Commissioner Accused Of Mistreating Staff

Mike Kreidler, Washington’s longtime insurance commissioner, is facing allegations that he verbally mistreats staff. Current and former employees say it’s part of a pattern that’s gotten worse in recent months and is contributing to high turnover in the office. Kreidler says he has high standards for his staff, but said he will work to be more careful in how he deals with people. Continue Reading Washington’s Longtime Insurance Commissioner Accused Of Mistreating Staff

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