UPS was sued in Federal court this week over allegations of racial discrimination against a White package carrier. The suit claims that despite multiple calls to the company’s ethics hotline, nothing constructive was done. According to the suit, he was fired in 2016 after several more complaints.
A New York town’s housing authority is being sued by a teenager who took a summer job with it for discriminating against him because he suffered from epilepsy. Theresa Hardy, the mother and legal guardian of the teenager, referred to as “M.D.” in court documents, is suing the New Rochelle Housing Authority on his behalf. M.D. suffers from epilepsy and learning disabilities.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) is being sued by a deaf man who applied for three different jobs but was unable to complete the application and testing process because he was denied a sign language interpreter.
Uber is being sued by a job applicant claiming that the transportation giant discriminated against him by denying him a position because he had previously been incarcerated for his involvement in a massive drug-running operation.
Amtrak is being sued by a longtime employee because she faced pervasive sexual harassment and racial discrimination, made futile complaints to the proper authorities, was retaliated against and eventually fired.
A long-time employee of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (FRBC) is suing because they terminated her employment seven months before she would have qualified for an early retirement with benefits and based their termination on discriminatory factors.
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (NYSP) is being sued by a longtime employee for age, race and gender discrimination because it failed to promote her while elevating others with less experience and fewer qualifications.