Former employees of a New Jersey debt consolidation and lending firm alleged their bosses encouraged sexual harassment on an epic scale. So reports the Daily Mail.
Boston fired its former head of health and human services last month after one of his employees alleged that he repeatedly sexually harassed her. So reports the Boston Globe.
A former Georgia county human resources director is expected to get $112,000 from the county for facing retaliation after she submitted internal discrimination complaints. So reports the Henry Herald.
Google drew widespread praise for firing an employee who wrote and circulated an internal memo suggesting women are not as capable as men to work in technology because of their gender.
A Georgia interim city manager charged with finding a permanent hire for the position was fired after allegations that he ignored black applicants. So Fox 5 Atlanta reports.
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