Monthly Archives: May 2016

Valve Corporation face over $3M in Damages for Transgender Discrimination

Valve aims to settle Transgender Discrimination Allegations Washington – Over the years, the Valve Corporation, a video game developer and digital distribution company, has been rated as the “most desirable” company for employment, according to the International Game Developers Association. Overall, Valve carries a great image that draws employees to work for their business. In… Read more »

Southern Sun Hotel Group Employee violates Sexual Harassment Codes

A Female employed by a Subcontractor experienced Sexual Harassment A woman, addressed as D, who worked for a subcontractor of the Southern Sun hotel group endured sexual harassment in the workplace by a man, Morgan Masemola, who worked directly for the hotel group. Masemola was accused of removing nude photos of D and her cousin… Read more »

Fort Lauderdale Funeral Home pays 85k in a Sexual Harassment and Retaliation Suit

Sexual Harassment: Funeral Home Misconduct comes to Light Fort Lauderdale – The owner and manager of McWhite’s Funeral Home, Albert McWhite, has been accused of sexually harassing multiple women in the workplace. The EEOC attempted to settle this matter before it went to court, then filed a sexual harassment lawsuit on behalf of the women… Read more »

Ex-Joint Employers face Gender Discrimination and Retaliation Allegations

Employee fights to end alleged Sexual Harassment Philadelphia – M&D Wholesale Distributors Inc. and BPA Sales LP are ex-joint employers that have been charged with gender discrimination and retaliation accusations by a former female employee, Tracy Drummond. On April 22, Drummond filed a gender discrimination and retaliation complaint in the U.S. District Court for the… Read more »

Female Employee wins 200k from Purdue in a Sexual Harassment Settlement

Purdue University handles Sexual Harassment Complaints Indiana – A female employee, Mary Christine Alwan (Valparaiso woman), at Purdue University claims she suffered sexual harassment from two professors, David Brule and Glenn Parker, on the West Lafayette campus. In addition to her employment with the university, Alwan was also a graduate student. A civil rights claim… Read more »

Medical Director sues ProMedica Toledo Hospital for Sexual Harassment

Sexual Harassment alleged in Hospital’s Trauma Department Ohio – A sexual harassment lawsuit was filed in Lucas County Common Pleas Court against ProMedica Toledo Hospital, ProMedica Central Physicians Group, and ProMedica‘s Chief Medical Officer, Daniel Cassavar, on behalf of an ex-medical director, Eric Ferguson, in the trauma department. Ferguson claims that he endured both sexual… Read more »

A Sexual Harassment Lawsuit sends a DuBois Priest on a Temporary Leave

Female Employee accused an Erie Diocese Priest of Sexual Harassment Pennsylvania – A female employee at a Catholic Diocese in Erie filed a sexual harassment lawsuit in the U.S. District Court based in Erie against the Diocese of Erie and DuBois’ St. Joseph Parish. In 2013, Kathleen A. Clement, facilitator of religious programs, accused the… Read more »

San Francisco 49ers charged with Age Discrimination Lawsuit

Former 49ers Field Voice Employee fired at 66 San Francisco – After 30 years of hard work and dedication to a popular NFL team, the San Francisco 49ers, Bob Sarlatte, field announcer, was allegedly fired on the basis of the team “going in a different direction” according to Rob Alberino, vice president of the 49ers… Read more »

Reputable Ethics Professor at Yale University is tied to Sexual Harassment

A Well-Known Ethical Leader disregards his Practices Connecticut ­– Thomas Pogge is a prominent ethics professor at Yale University. Pogge is primarily known for his education deriving from the late great philosopher, John Rawl. Pogge has also published in top academic journals and operated “anti-poverty and health initiatives.” Individuals have also tuned into his TED… Read more »

Studies show a Third of Women in Academic Medicine endure Sexual Harassment

Minor changes in Workplace Sexual Harassment occurred in Two Decades A sexual harassment survey was conducted to measure gender bias and sexual harassment in the workplace. It’s also a good way to identify the progress of alleviating workplace sexual harassment and gender inequality. Over the course of the last two decades, the sexual harassment survey… Read more »