The law obligates employers to not treat employees differently for their role as a witness for employment issues. However, just because the law makes witness intimidation and retaliation illegal doesn’t mean that it doesn’t happen. As technology progresses, people are finding new ways to implement and respond to illegal witness… read more →
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against Deltaura USA Inc. for Retaliation Paul started with Deltaura USA Inc. in June 2017 as a truck driver with the role of transporting produce on certain routes by driving a 53-foot trailer. He was paid by the driven mile, unloaded pallet, and back… read more →
Failure to promote employees can be a symptom of workplace discrimination. Employees who are overlooked for promotions again and again despite the unspoken pattern of promotion may be facing employment discrimination. Discrimination that causes an employee to miss out on a promotion is against the law. The key to having… read more →
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against Community Options for Elder Abuse and Wrongful Termination Barbara started with Community Options in May 2015 after passing a background check. Her main role was to be support staff, caring for clients as assigned, and to help protect the health and well-being of… read more →
Employee Called “Old Dog” and When He Complains, His Supervisor Allegedly Forced Him to Accept Demotion.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against Petco for Age Discrimination Robert joined Petco Animal Supplies Stores, Inc., as a direct leader in April 2006. Ten years later as a 67-year-old, Robert shared that his supervisor made a joke about Robert in front of his coworkers at a training session,… read more →
Disabled Employee Allegedly Called “Too Slow,” Denied Accommodation, Transferred between Departments, and Terminated.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against East Penn Manufacturing Company for Disability Discrimination Jose received a job offer from East Penn Manufacturing Company as a material handler. A deformity in his left hand limited Jose’s ability to grasp, pull, carry, or do two-handed activities. However, with the reasonable accommodation… read more →
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against America’s Support Coordination and Management and America’s Home and Health Services for Breach of Contract Anita joined America’s Home and Health Services (AHHS) from August 2012 to September 2013 when she took the managing director position at America’s Support Coordination and Management (ASCM)… read more →
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp Resort for Retaliation Gina worked the in-season as a food service manager and the off-season as a registration clerk at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp Resort. In mid-October 2015, while at work, Gina lifted a box and twisted,… read more →
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against U.S. Steel Corporation for Disability Discrimination Marion accepted the role of utility person in October 2013 at the U.S. Steel Corporation. Although he has the disability of bipolar disorder, Marion manages it with medication and counseling. In August 2016, Marion received approval for… read more →
Employee Terminated After Filing EEOC Complaint And Doctor Asks Her Why She Didn’t Keep Her Complaint “In-House”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against Abington Memorial Hospital for Retaliation Joyce, an African American, started working at Abington Memorial Hospital in May 2011. Soon after starting, Joyce recalled that Karin, a nurse practitioner, made inappropriate and racially charged comments. One time, Joyce shared that Karin said, “You probably… read more →