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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

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FACEBOOK HIT BY LAWSUIT ALLEGING GENDER AND RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, SEXUAL HARASSMENT

A former Facebook employee has filed a discrimination, sexual harassment, and retaliation lawsuit against the tech giant. The employee, Chia Hong, claims that she was subjected to three years of unlawful discrimination while she worked at the company. Hong was belittled for being a woman, and was directed to organize parties and to serve drinks Read More

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RETALIATION FOR EMPLOYEE COMPLAINTS ABOUT WORKPLACE DISCRIMINATION IS UNLAWFUL

Your supervisor is constantly criticizing your work and telling you that women are useless in the workplace. You have left his office in tears on many occasions and would love to quit and find another job — but finding another job seems impossible. You finally get the courage to go to your supervisor’s manager, but Read More

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