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September 2015 Archives

Women come forward alleging sexual harassment at Dunkin Donuts

One of the top names in donuts and coffee in Texas and elsewhere, Dunkin' Donuts, is appearing in the news with some serious accusations. Several female employees at some of the stores in another state claim that they were subjected to sexual harassment. The case is being heard in a federal court to try to bring justice to the victims.

Ex-Armani general counsel files a workplace discrimination claim

Many Texas readers may have heard of Armani as being a leading name in fashion. The company is now in the news in an unfavorable light after accusations of workplace discrimination by one of its former employees. Not only does the plaintiff believe he was discriminated against because of his national origin but also because of his medical condition.

Garrison accused of sexual harassment by former female worker

There is a fine line between having a bit of fun at work and making comments that others may find offensive. In order to keep the work environment comfortable for everyone, all workers should pay attention to the way that they act. A woman who worked for an oil field services company in Texas claims that her co-workers subjected her to sexual harassment.

Wrongful termination claim filed against Highmark by previous CEO

All Texas employees should exercise good judgment before entering into a relationship with a co-worker to ensure that no policies are violated. Disregarding such policies could result in employees losing their jobs. However, if workers are fired even though they are adhering to company policies, they may feel that they are the victims of a wrongful termination.

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