A bisexual epileptic has sued his former employer for discrimination. He says he was told to take extra medication so that his supervisors wouldn’t have to deal with his symptoms. He says that he was also called a “faggot” by his boss while at work.
A music teacher is suing his former employer because it failed to rectify a condition that aggravated his respiratory problems. Purse filed his action in the Southern District of New York alleging that he was forced to resign as a result of the school district’s failure accommodate his disability and seeks damages both compensatory and punitive.
Co-workers called the woman a “slut” and falsely claimed she “slept her way up the ladder,” according to the complaint filed in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Monday.
She was told by her supervisors to just ignore it and to “let it roll off [her] back.” She says it escalated after she complained, with her getting groped on the job. She also claims the stress of the ordeal have her a pituitary tumor, causing headaches and vision problems.
The suit was filed in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania by Kerron Polk, a Black man from Yeadon, Pennsylvania who says he was called a “nigger” and told to “sit in the back of the [company] van” by coworkers.
According to the complaint, when Polk complained to the owner of the company, he told him to shut up, called him a nobody and then fired him.
A “highly regarded veteran” sued the department over what she calls “systemic retaliation” after she filed a formal […]
The employee says he was the victim of a continuous and egregious pattern of sexual harassment at the hands of his boss. The harassment occurred both in front of coworkers and in private.
He says he was berated in front of coworkers after reporting the harassment.
A Lead Worker in the Office of Voter Registration was sued in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania for allegedly exposing himself to co-workers. The man was found guilty of indecent exposure and criminal attempt of indecent assault without consent in December of 2016. One of the flasher’s victims has now sued him and the city for causing injuries including but not limited to depression, anxiety and PT