Tag Archives: workplace retaliation

Former St. Hope Foundation Employee wins 522k in Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Houston ­– Audrey Spanko, a University of Texas graduate, started working her first position full time with the St. Hope Foundation in 2012. Spanko expressed excitement for her social worker position, and acknowledged that her job at the St. Hope Foundation was exactly what she wanted. Approximately 11 months after her employment commenced, Spanko departed… 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 »

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

Sexual Harassment: Funeral Home Misconduct comes to Light Fort Lauderdale, FL. – 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 »

Virginia State University accused of Sexual Harassment, Retaliation, & Wage Discrimination

Workplace Misconduct: Dedicated Female Employees Speak Up Virginia ­­– A total of four women employed at Virginia State University, a historically black college, recently filed a lawsuit against the university for sexual harassment, retaliation, and wage discrimination. Dr. Sandra Evans is an alumna of VSU who is currently employed as the Director of the First… Read more »

The Effect of Sexual Harassment Training on Employees and Employers

Why does the Workplace need Sexual Harassment Training? Sexual harassment in the workplace is a serious problem that continues to occur on various occasions. There are sexual harassment incidents that occur incessantly, and most individuals refrain from addressing the issue initially for numerous reasons including keeping his or her job to prevent loss wages and… Read more »

Former NJ Police Chief alleges Sexual Harassment

Mendham Township Police Chief Resigns After Sexual Harassment New Jersey – Ex-Police Chief, Steven Crawford, filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the police department, Amy Upchurch, former administrator, and several committee members, for the alleged sexual harassment and workplace retaliation he suffered prior to filing a sexual harassment lawsuit. Since 1988, Crawford has been an… Read more »

A Northern Farm settles a Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

A Female Employee reports Workplace Misconduct to the EEOC Maine ­– In 2014, a sexual harassment lawsuit was filed by the EEOC against County Fair Farm located in Jefferson, ME, for seasonal female employees like Aurora Del Rosario Clemente Arpaiz, who claims she has repeatedly endured sexual harassment from her supervisor and male co-workers. The… Read more »

Ex-Ensco Offshore Worker fired after Sexual Harassment

A Female Employee allege Sexual Harassment in a Male Dominated Workplace Texas ­ – Tiffani Mayes, former radio operator, claims she was sexually harassed while she worked for Ensco Offshore Co. Although Mayes allegedly was not the only female employee to endure workplace sexual harassment, she was one of the women who reported the workplace… Read more »

U.C. Berkeley Dean of Law Resigns After Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Ongoing Sexual Harassment in U.C. Berkeley’s School of Law Results in a Lawsuit California – Sujit Choudhry, a trusted dean of law at The University of California at Berkeley resigned after a lawsuit accused him of inappropriately sexually harassing his executive assistant, Tyann Sorrell, flooded the media. The dean of law, Sujit Choudhry, executive assistant (Tyann… Read more »