The tech giant was sued by a former technical support worker who was offered a choice between severance and a probationary performance improvement plan.
The problems began when Intel absorbed the internet security company, McAfee. The worker says Intel discriminated against his “Trigger Point Syndrome,” which he was diagnosed with following a series of personal tragedies.
The 64-year-old civil engineer said he has been in the Army since 1998, and has over thirty years of experience in design and construction. He says he witnessed a pattern of discrimination against older engineers, with supervisors exclaiming that younger engineers possessed skills older engineers didn’t.
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.
The firefighters often worked 48 to 70 hours per work week, but were only given time-and-a-half overtime pay if they worked more than 212 hours in a 28 day cycle.
Labor laws require overtime pay for any hours worked over 40, with some exemptions.
The school was sued over claims they fired an employee for complaining about discrimination as well as engaging in union activities.
Suluki says she is of Haitian decent, is Muslim and wears Islamic clothing.
The telecom giant was sued for violating Philadelphia’s “Ban the Box” ordinance, which forbids employers form asking about potential criminal histories.
The applicant says her charges were “resolved,” but she was still denied a second interview after not meeting T-Mobile’s background standards. She also alleges racial discrimination based on disproportionate arrests of minorities.