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October 2015 Archives

DAP Inc. accused of discrimination and violation of the ADA

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit against DAP Inc., an adhesives and sealants manufacturer in a federal court. The complaint involves the company's Dallas, Texas plant, which is one of three in the United States. The defendant stands accused of discrimination because it apparently terminated a worker due to his need for medical accommodations after his surgery.

Workplace discrimination claim results in a $115K settlement

It is expected that most Texas workers know how to conduct themselves in their workplaces and speak in manners that are not offensive to others. According to an out-of-state case filed by an accountant at a municipal utility department, not everyone pays attention to what they say. She alleges that she was the victim of workplace discrimination due to comments that were made to her by the city manager.

UPS driver wins her workplace discrimination claim after 9 years

Women in Texas and elsewhere should never have to choose between having a baby and their jobs. An out-of-state driver for UPS finally feels she is receiving justice for her workplace discrimination claim. She has been fighting her case for nine years and took it all the way to the Supreme Court.

Pilgrim's Pride accused of workplace discrimination

An employee of Pilgrim's Pride Corp. claims that he was treated unfairly because of his race and has taken his complaints to court. The plaintiff was hired to work as a shop attendant at a Texas location in 2009. Initially, the man did not suffer any workplace discrimination, but he claims that over the last few years the situation has dramatically changed.

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