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Two former employees of a Mississippi Kroger’s meat department were denied relief by the Fifth Circuit, as the man they claimed was sexually harassing them was not found to be a “supervisor” under the meaning required by Title VII. The two female employees were meat department clerks who were subjected to inappropriate comments, groping, and […]

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Dating in 2017 can be rough, and breaking up can be even harder, but a federal district court in New York determined that offensive text messages, voicemails, and Facebook posts relating to an interoffice romance gone wrong does not constitute a hostile work environment. A female police officer was dating a coworker who worked on […]

  • Posted in Discrimination, Harassment
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