Author Archives: Caroline Miller

New Legislation protects Janitors from Sexual Harassment

Janitors express Sexual Harassment Concerns California ­– The state of California maintains a high volume of janitor employees. An enormous part of those employees are immigrants who work diligently to provide a better life for their families. Although employees attempt to complete their shift comfortably and return home, sexual harassment and sexual assault has become… Read more »

Sexual Assault in Law Enforcement

Several Oakland Police Officers terminated after Sexual Misconduct California – In the city of Oakland, multiple police officers have been accused of engaging in sexual misconduct. In addition to the accused Oakland police officers, four law enforcement agencies in East Bay also faced sexual assault allegations. After an investigation took place for an entire year,… Read more »

Wal-Mart hit with Wrongful Termination Allegations

Assistant Manager terminated after Request for Workers’ Compensation Philadelphia – Lyle Goodman, former assistant manager, claims Wal-Mart Store Inc. wrongfully terminated his employment for inquiring about workers’ compensation for medical reasons. Last April, Goodman filed a wrongful termination complaint against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. In… Read more »

Windsor Inn must pay $200k for Sexual Harassment

EEOC sues Windsor Inn for exposing Employees to Workplace Misconduct Maryland – The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Windsor Inn on behalf of a female employee who alleged sexual harassment and retaliation for reporting the unethical behavior. The EEOC reported the owner of the restaurant sexually harassed and assaulted a… Read more »

Women’s Equality Day: Celebrating Women’s Right to Vote

Success for Women continues Nearly 100 Years Later Women’s equality day celebrates women receiving the right to vote on August 26, 1920, according to the 19th Amendment. Prior to receiving the right to vote, women fought for years to prove to society that they are equally important as men, and deserve to have a voice… Read more »

Philadelphia DA excused Sexual Harassment during DNC

DNC delegate reports Sexual Harassment Philadelphia – Bernie Sanders delegate, Gwen Snyder, disclosed that a male delegate sexually assaulted her during the Democratic National Convention. Snyder requested that the Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams prosecutes the accused delegate, and he declined. Snyder said she was sexually assaulted on Wednesday of the convention approximately at two… Read more »

NY Dunkin’ Donuts Franchise settles Sexual Harassment Suit

Dunkin’ Donuts Employees sue for Sexual Harassment New York – The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a sexual harassment lawsuit in the U.S. District Court designated for the Southern District of New York against Hillcrest Marshall, Inc., on behalf of employees who experienced sexual harassment and retaliation in the workplace. Hillcrest Marshall, Inc. is… Read more »

Police Officer wins $125k in Sexual Harassment Settlement

Female Officer allege Retaliation after reporting Sexual Harassment New Jersey – A sexual harassment lawsuit was filed on behalf of a NJ female officer, Stacey L. Williams, who allegedly experienced sexual harassment from another officer. Williams claims she also face workplace retaliation for reporting the sexual harassment to her superiors. The sexual harassment lawsuit claims… Read more »

Zillow settles Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Suits at the Irvine Sales Office

Zillow displays Workplace Misconduct and Solutions California ­– Zillow, real estate online, faced multiple lawsuits filed in 2014 on the basis of sexual harassment and discrimination. According to a report received by the Orange County Register, Zillow was also hit with a class action suit for allegedly “ failing to pay employees overtime” at the… 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 »

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 »

Sexual Harassment Allegations rise after a Hospital CEO retreats without Reason

Two Employees reveal Sexual Harassment by a Former Top Executive at Easton Hospital New Jersey – Brian Finestein, former CEO of Easton Hospital, was accused of sexually harassing two female employees during his employment. The allegations triggered two lawsuits on the basis of sexual harassment and discrimination. According to New Jersey news, Elizabeth Senczakowicz, director… Read more »

Iranian Newscaster Accuses 2 Execs of Sexual Harassment

Press TV, an English-language news channel in Iran suspended two of their executives following a confession made by a well-known Iranian newscaster, Sheena Shirani.  Shirani said she had been experiencing years of sexual harassment from the two men. Shirani, who has now fled the country, previously made a recording available in which one of her… Read more »

Positive Changes In New York Involve the Transgender Population

Positive change is taking place this year and it turns out, this time, it involves transgender New Yorkers. The change which became active as of Wednesday broadens the state’s current anti-discrimination guidelines to protect a transgender person against discrimination in accordance with loans, jobs, schools and public accommodations. Although discrimination is already prohibited in New… Read more »

Donald Trump Facing Allegations of Sex Discrimination by Former Employee

In Sioux City, Iowa, Donald Trump is being accused by a former employee of his campaign, of sex discrimination and other forms of inappropriate behavior, however, the 2016 Republican presidential candidate continues to deny all allegations, calling the accusers claims “totally made up.” Former campaign employee, Elizabeth Davidson claims that male employees were paid more… Read more »

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