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On August 3, one of the plaintiff’s co-workers complained to Rose Henry, the senior shift supervisor, that the plaintiff verbally harassed and pulled the hair of another employee.

She said, "no." After lodging her complaint on September 14, 1998, the plaintiff and Danyew did not work together again.

Danyew, however, was angry with the plaintiff for bringing what he believed was an unfounded complaint of sexual harassment.

On September 21, Sprague received a complaint about the plaintiff from another trainer, Susan Thibodeau.

Thibodeau said that she did not "feel comfortable" working with the plaintiff.

On appeal, the defendant argues that the trial court erroneously: (1) instructed the jury regarding employer liability for co-worker sexual harassment; (2) instructed the jury regarding employer liability for co-worker retaliation; (3) denied the defendant’s motion for judgment notwithstanding the verdict with respect to the plaintiff’s sexual harassment, retaliation and punitive damages claims; (4) submitted a special verdict form that did not include the defendant’s affirmative defenses; (5) admitted evidence regarding Sprague’s subsequent termination for sexual harassment; and (6) declined to admit evidence that the plaintiff’s immediate prior employer received complaints about her poor attitude. She said that "a long time ago," Danyew had asked for her address, which she gave him, and had asked if he could stop by sometime with a six-pack of beer.

On Friday, September 11, Ernie Danyew, the plaintiff’s trainer, told Sprague that he could not work with the plaintiff because of her "smart ass attitude toward everyone in the room." After consulting with the factory manager, Michael Santaniello, Sprague told the plaintiff that she had one week to demonstrate "a very distinct change in her attitude" and that if she failed to do so, the company "would not put any more effort into her." The following Monday, September 14, the plaintiff told Sprague that she believed she knew why Danyew complained about her.When asked why, Thibodeau explained that the plaintiff did not care if she made mistakes and, when confronted, she became defensive.Thibodeau also stated that when she and the plaintiff worked together on Saturday, September 19, the plaintiff was unproductive, inspecting twenty-four bearings per hour as compared to Thibodeau’s 120 bearings per hour.Richardson and Santaniello discussed the plaintiff’s complaint with Richard Ackerman, the human resources manager.On September 15, the following day, Sprague met with Danyew to discuss the plaintiff’s complaint.NOTICE: This opinion is subject to motions for rehearing under Rule 22 as well as formal revision before publication in the New Hampshire Reports. THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE ___________________________ Sullivan No. MPB CORPORATION d/b/a SPLIT BALLBEARING Argued: February 6, 2003 Opinion Issued: April 23, 2003 42 U. Earlier in the week beginning September 4, 1998, Danyew told her that he still had the six-pack of beer and asked if he could come by after she brought her son to school.

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