Speaking of reassignments:
At one branch of my library system, a little boy went up to the circulation desk to ask for something. There was a small line- but the little boy's request was not something long (probably something small like where the bathroom was). The library assistant told him he needed to wait in line like everyone else- and not in a very nice way, something like "don't bother me, you have to go in line" (I do not know the exact words- this was relayed to me). The boy (or his family) went to the librarian in charge, and she dismissed them saying that the assistant was doing the job.
Well, the family went to another branch and complained. Head of second branch takes complaint and calls chief. But the family complains to administration and it makes it all the way to the top.
Both the assistant and librarian get immediately transferred to other branches in other regions. I do not know if there was any other discipline, such as written reprimands. Neither got suspended (nor worse). To me, that seemed like an odd way to discipline someone at first- especially since neither one of them got assigned to branches that other staff members tend to avoid, or anything like that. Librarian was near retirement- and she has since retired. Transfers also involved other staff members being shuffled around- the ones I am aware of liked their new locations, but not sure if everyone did.