Tag Archives: Hostile Work Environment

WASHINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT SETTLES QUARTER MILLION DOLLAR RACE DISCRIMINATION SUIT

WASHINGTON – The old guard, a traditional part of the fire fighter industry, are finding the world changing around them as Fire Departments across the nation become more diverse. Recently, Lynden City Fire Department has settled a suit brought by one of its firefighters for racial discrimination. In the suit,  Damon Winters, a volunteer fire fighter,… Read more »

MAINE TRACK COACH SUES HAMPDEN SCHOOL FOR AGE DISCRIMINATION

Regional School Unit 22 has stumbled out of the blocks after Coach Kathryn King alleged the school refused to hire her as a track coach because of her age. As a result, the fifty-seven (57) year old King will end her tenure with the school at the end of the school year to attend the… Read more »

SEXUAL HARASSMENT CLAIMS SHAKE A SAN FRANCISCO TECH GIANT

Uber, the ride sharing tech giant has been in hot water in 2017. Reaching national attention for their mishandling of ride requests to airports following Trumps Muslim ban, which many taxi companies boycotted in opposition to the Trump regime, the San Francisco based firm has recently received negative attention after a slew of scandals emerged… Read more »

San Bernardino Nonprofit named in Sexual Harassment Suit

Female Supervisor allege Sexual Harassment by the Boss California – Rolling Start, Inc., a non-profit organization located in numerous counties including San Bernardino that supports individuals with disabilities in an independent living center has been accused of allowing sexual harassment in the work environment. Last month a sexual harassment lawsuit was filed in San Bernardino… Read more »

NJ School District resolves Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Toms River Board of Education charged with Sexual Harassment Suit New Jersey – Donna Mansfield, former Toms River School District employee, filed a sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuit against the Toms River Board of Education for subjecting her to a hostile work environment. Mansfield alleged the unbearable sexual harassment she endured led to her termination…. 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 »

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 »

Five Guys sued for Hostile Work Environment

Female Employee shares Hostile Work Environment Experience West Virginia – Ex-Five Guys employee, Misty Ashworth, filed a lawsuit against Five Guys and her supervisor David Deerfield for subjecting her to a hostile work environment. Ashworth claims she reported the workplace misconduct and no one investigated or even considered reviewing her claims. The lawsuit was initially… Read more »

Trump’s Views on Sexual Harassment

Trump encourages Women to Quit or Switch their Job | Sexual Harassment Attorney NY-NJ-PA Eradicating sexual harassment has been a major challenge in America. Studies have shown that a third of women are sexual harassed in the workplace. Although this statistic is publicly known, reports of a significant change in workplace misconduct, has not surfaced…. Read more »