Enron Mail

Subject:Re: Employee Communications with OOC
Date:Wed, 29 Mar 2000 03:37:00 -0800 (PST)

Thank you for the information, Brian. I'll make sure Jeff sees this.

For your information, should a need arise for you to give Jeff completely
confidential information, his voicemail is the only secure means to do so (I
do not have his password). His extension is 3-6894. Otherwise, all mail
(e-mail included) is opened by me.

Again, thank you for your quick response for information. SRS

Brian Schaffer
03/29/2000 07:53 AM
To: Jeff Skilling/Corp/Enron@ENRON

Subject: Re: Employee Communications with OOC


His name is Richard Heidecker, who was sending e-mails to Joe. Mr.
Heidecker claimed that he was fired from Enron because of an alleged
disability. Our investigation determined that there was no merit to his
allegation. However, Mr. Heidecker continued to attempt communications with
Joe. I felt that it was prudent to alert OOC by the message below not to
engage in unnecessary communications with potential litigants. I have not
heard anything from Mr. Heidecker in several weeks. Please let me know if I
can be of further assistance.


From: Jeff Skilling 03/29/2000 07:46 AM

Sent by: Sherri Sera
To: Brian Schaffer/Corp/Enron@ENRON

Subject: Re: Employee Communications with OOC

Brian, Jeff would like to know who the individual was that was communicating
with the OOC. He doesn't recall this situation - please advise. Thanks,
Sherri x3-5984

Brian Schaffer
03/20/2000 08:13 AM
To: Kenneth Lay/Corp/Enron@Enron, Jeff Skilling/Corp/Enron@ENRON, Joseph W
cc: Cindy Olson/Corp/Enron@ENRON, Drew C Lynch/HOU/ECT@ECT

Subject: Employee Communications with OOC


As you may know, I have recently been hired to direct the new Office of
Labor and Employment Relations (formerly Fair Employment and Labor
Practices). One of the many major roles of my group is to conduct
investigations into employee allegations of discrimination, harassment, and
other unfair treatment. One recent investigation involved an employee who was
communicating via e-mail with your office on a constant and unyielding
basis. As experience shows, this is not an uncommon occurrence as some
employees feel that they must go to the top to get attention.

As you have been doing, please direct all such employee communications to me
for prompt processing. This will enable you to avoid being subjected to
depositions and trial testimony in any subsequent legal proceeding as a fact
witness. Naturally, I will keep you informed as to the results of the
investigation to any extent that you desire.

Please let me know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.