Tag Archives: hostile work environment

NY Metal Coating Company sued for Race Discrimination

Endless Racial Remarks reported to the EEOC Frontier Hot-Dip Galvanizing Inc. recently received a lawsuit alleging a hostile work environment on the basis of race. The Buffalo, NY metal coating company denies the allegations brought forth by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and plans to defend their business “vigorously.” The alleged hostile work environment,… Read more »

Red Lobster to pay $160,000 to settle EEOC Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Red Lobster Restaurants LLC has agreed to pay $160,000 and provide a significant amount of equitable relief to resolve a sexual harassment lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The lawsuit was filed on behalf of three employees of Red Lobster who claimed that they were sexually harassed by the culinary manager… Read more »

NJ Police Officers sue for Sexual Harassment

Twin Police Officers link to Sexual Harassment and Retaliation Suit New Jersey – Twin police officers, Angel and Luis Santiago, were named in a sexual harassment lawsuit filed in Cumberland County on behalf of five female officers who alleged they were subjected to “a plethora of sexual harassment” on the basis of gender. The sexual… Read more »

UPS must pay $5.3M in Hostile Work Environment Lawsuit

Several Black Men sued UPS for Hostile Work Environment Exposure A total of 8 black UPS employees filed a race discrimination lawsuit in 2014 in Fayette Circuit Court against UPS located in Lexington, Kentucky. The plaintiffs named in this race discrimination lawsuit include William Barber, Lamont Brown, Jeffrey Goree, John Hughes, Glenn Jackson, Donald Ragland,… Read more »

WHAT CONSTITUTES AS “PROTECTED ACTIVITY” UNDER TITLE VII?

Hostile work environment occurs when harassment or unlawful discrimination creates an offensive, oppressive, or distressing atmosphere for an employee. It is illegal for an employer to allow a hostile work environment to persist, and if it does, they may be found liable. The courts do not consider all incidents that make an individual uncomfortable as… Read more »