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January 2017 Archives

Female ferry worker files sexual harassment suit

A woman in a recent out-of-state case claims she faced harassment by a male colleague while on the job. According to the woman, when she complained about the conduct, she was told that the man harassing her was not the bogeyman. The allegedly incident has sparked a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment, which violates federal law in Texas and all other states.

Woman alleges gender discrimination at shipyard

A woman in a different state recently claimed she experienced discrimination at work due to her gender. She has thus filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against her employer. Gender discrimination is illegal and thus is grounds for litigation in Texas and elsewhere.

Retaliation suit filed against college

The former administrator of a college in another state recently sued the college after she claimed it mistreated her, forcing her to quit her job. Her job loss allegedly took place following retaliation she experienced in the midst of a controversy dealing with race that spread throughout the college campus a couple of years ago. If an employee in Texas suffers from retaliation by his or her company, the individual has the right to take legal action.

Gender discrimination suit filed against General Motors

A woman in another state recently claimed she was discriminated against on the basis of her gender. She has therefore filed a lawsuit against her employer, General Motors. When an employee of a company in Texas or elsewhere is not treated fairly due to his or her gender, it is within this person's rights to file a gender discrimination lawsuit against the company.

Sexual harassment claim against Fox star Bill O'Reilly settled

An accusation of harassment on the basis of sex was recently settled in another state. The complaint was made against Fox News's Bill O' Reilly, a star in the network's prime-time lineup. If a person in the state of Texas or elsewhere experiences sexual harassment at work, he or she has the right to seek to hold his or her company accountable.

Race discrimination suit against Wells Fargo Advisors settled

Wells Fargo Advisors in another state recently agreed to settle a legal suit alleging that the company discriminated against several advisors. The African-American advisors reportedly endured race discrimination. When employees in Texas are mistreated on the basis of race, they have the right to take legal action.

Sheriff's deputy files sexual harassment lawsuit against department

A sheriff's deputy has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Wayne County Sheriff's Department in Michigan. The deputy claims that female boss was sexually harassing him in workplace between November 2014 and October of 2015. When he reported this complaint to his male superiors, they allegedly laughed at the idea. The case now being tried in the U.S. District Court of Detroit.

Woman files workplace discrimination suit against former employer

A woman in another state claims that she suffered discrimination as well as retaliation on the job. She filed a workplace discrimination lawsuit against her former supervisor and employer. Anyone in Texas who experiences poor treatment on the job due to gender, for instance, may have the right to take legal action through the civil court system.

Gender discrimination affects both men and women

In Texas and elsewhere, the term gender-based employment discrimination may spur thoughts of female employees who are victims of sexual discrimination at work. The simple fact is that gender discrimination can happen to men as well. Sometimes it's more subtle, while other times it is blatant.

UPS accused of gender discrimination

A woman in another state accused UPS of discriminating against her based on sex. This remains a major problem in Texas and all other states. Nevertheless, a person who faces gender discrimination in the workplace has the right to seek to hold his or her employer accountable.

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