Allstate Says Scientology Training Was Mistake - 1995-03-23

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F372.png Allstate Says Scientology Training Was Mistake March 23, 1995, Associated Press

NORTHBROOK, ILL. NORTHBROOK, Ill. (AP) _ Allstate Corp. acknowledged Wednesday that it hired a consultant who taught "unacceptable" Church of Scientology management principles to the insurance company's agents and supervisors from 1988 to 1992.

The company denied allegations that some employees were hounded, intimidated and wrongfully fired as a result of the training program.

Scientology is a religious-scientific movement founded in the 1950s by the author L. Ron Hubbard that recruits new members aggressively. Critics call it a cult.


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