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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 »

Delta College sued for Sexual Harassment

Former Instructor accused of Sexually Harassing Students Michigan – A sexual harassment lawsuit was filed in July 2016 in Bay County Circuit Court alleging that an instructor at Delta College sexually harassed two students, MaCayla Jablonski and Emily Mason. The sexual harassment lawsuit was filed against Delta College and the instructor, Jonathan Brent Fonville. In… Read more »

NYC Tollbooth Employees rarely report Sexual Harassment

Tollbooth Employees face Sexual Harassment at Work NY/NJ – Sexual harassment during tollbooth visits appear to be a common action drivers engaged in on the road. Employees working in New York and New Jersey tollbooths explained they endure sexual harassment on the regular basis. Although tollbooth employees prefer to work in an environment that’s free… Read more »

King’s Way Church must pay $25k for Sexual Harassment

Kindergarten Teacher accused Pastor of Sexual Harassment Georgia – Sexual Harassment Lawyers – In 2015, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, EEOC, filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against The King’s Way Church on behalf of a kindergarten teacher, Marsha Pearson, who alleged the pastor, Reverend Bill Wininger, sexually harassed her. The King’s Way Church is an independent… Read more »

Metro slapped with Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Metro Employee suffers from Supervisor Sexual Harassment Washington – Last month, Arlancia Williams, filed a sexual harassment lawsuit in U.S. District Court against Metro for subjecting her to sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and workplace retaliation. Williams worked in multiple divisions at Metro, as she worked towards attaining promotions for better positions. During her transition from… Read more »

Philadelphia Urgent Care accused of Race Discrimination

White Patients viewed as Primary Patients Philadelphia – A discrimination lawsuit was filed against Advanced Urgent Care in the U.S District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on behalf of an African American medical assistant, Nafisah Williams, who experienced race discrimination in the workplace. Advanced Urgent Care runs seven urgent care centers in Pennsylvania…. Read more »

Mayor Tony Yarber named in Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Mayor Yarber’s Executive Assistant fired after Sexual Relations Mississippi – Sexual allegations have risen between the Mayor of Jackson, Mississippi, Tony Yarber, and his former executive assistant, Kimberly Bracey. Bracey accused the Mayor of sexual harassment in a hostile work environment. Bracey alleged that ending the consensual acts triggered her termination. Bracey commenced her position… 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 »

Several LAPD Dog Handlers filed a Sexual Harassment Suit

LAPD Employees allege Sexual Harassment and Retaliation California – A sexual harassment lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on behalf of four Los Angeles police dog handlers, Karolin Clarke, David Dooros, Ricardo Sanchez, and Elliot Zibli, who alleged sexual harassment and workplace retaliation. Presently, the four dog handlers are requesting unspecified damages. In… Read more »

Sexual Harassment in Tampa Water Department

Water Department Employees retire during Sexual Harassment Investigation Florida – Timothy E. Johnson, utility technician, and Ronald Calderoni, senior team leader, were recently named in a sexual harassment complaint in the Tampa Water Department. Johnson has worked for the company for 17 years, and Calderoni has been employed for 34 years. As a result of… Read more »