The state agency charged with vetting terrorism threats and helping New Mexicans during disasters has been embroiled in turmoil for the last year, which some employees say has hindered their ability to do their jobs.
Staff members within four bureaus at the Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management confirmed they have filed complaints with their bosses, the state Department of Workforce Solutions, the federal Department of Labor and the State Personnel Office. Most of the complaints are similar, alleging intimidation, harassment and retaliation by top administrators.
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