Tag Archives: Hostile Work Environment

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 a 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… 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 »

Public School Worker suffers from Sexual Harassment

Custodian files a Sexual Harassment Complaint against Canton Public School District Mississippi – In 2013, a woman, Katisha Harris, residing in Canton, Mississippi was in need of a job. Due to her lack of access to a car, Harris says she had found a job relatively close to home, so she could walk to work…. Read more »

Minot State University resolves a Sexual Assault Issue

Title IX Investigation Minot – A Title IX investigation was conducted on behalf of a former female student who alleged that she endured sexual assault for more than two years from a professor. The student asserts she reported the sexual assault in April 2013, and the university failed to address her complaint. The federal law,… Read more »

Election Specialist terminated after Sexual Harassment

Election Employee accused of Sexual Harassment Policy Violation Ohio – Michael Collier, former board of elections specialist, was terminated a month ago for allegedly violating the workplace sexual harassment policy. Collier’s sexual harassment violations developed a hostile work environment, which caused males and females to often feel insulted and intimidated at work. Sexual harassment endured… Read more »

Wrongful Termination Lawsuit settled by Wells Fargo

Former Employee allege Wrongful Termination for Gender Alterations California – A former transgender call center employee, Marco “Marlo Kaitlin” Gallegos, filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against Wells Fargo. According to the Los Angeles Superior Court complaint, Wells Fargo was allegedly responsible for workplace discrimination, a hostile work environment, workplace retaliation and wrongful termination, at work…. Read more »

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 »

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 »