Co-worker Indiscretion April 21, 2017 A cook who worked in an Anchorage restaurant alleged that he was discriminated against because of his age and treated as disabled, and that after he filed a discrimination complaint his employer retaliated by terminating him. The Commission’s investigation found that coworkers called the cook old and remarked about his poor eyesight. Investigation also found that after the cook filed a discrimination complaint he was threatened with physical harm by coworkers and his employer was aware of the threats but took no action. Commission staff found substantial evidence of discrimination. The parties reached a conciliation agreement in which the employer agreed to pay the cook $10,000 and provide anti-discrimination training to its management and employees.