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Serious Wrongful Termination Claim Filed Against Largest Auto Retailer

The country's largest auto dealer, AutoNation, has been sued by two employees for a number of claims including wrongful termination, sexual harassment, retaliation, unfair business practices and wage and hour violations. Two men were fired from AutoNation for allegedly not participating in trips to the strip club, illicit drug use and other inappropriate acts.

Hostile Work Environment At L.A. Community Development Program

Ninoos Benjamin immigrated to the United States from Iran and considers himself Assyrian. But in a Los Angeles city department where African Americans have been pitted against Latinos for promotions, new hires and job perks, he was told to choose a side. "You are either with us or against us," Benjamin claims he was told by an assistant general manager in a harassment lawsuit he filed earlier this week against the City of L.A.

Third Former NBPD Police Officer Claims Discrimination, Retaliation

After being passed over for a promotion at the Newport Beach Police Department shortly following the filing of a grievance related to the department's promotional practices, now-retired officer Robert Morton has decided to fight back. He is suing over what he believes to be corruption within the police department that lead to illegal employment discrimination and retaliation.

Former SVU Colorist Fights Back Against Employment Discrimination

With seven years in with the hit TV series Law & Order: SVU and over 27 years of experience in the industry, colorist Charlotte Grau is now out of a job. But she's fighting back. Grau claims in an employment lawsuit recently filed in LA that she was fired for taking medical leave and for raising serious concerns about gender discrimination and harassment in the workplace.

Half Of Workplaces Reported In-Office Bullying In 2012

A survey conducted of the Society for Human Resources revealed that over half of workplaces in the United States have bullies or have had incidents of bullying on the job. One employment law professional predicts that employment discrimination and harassment claims based on bullying will outpace sexual harassment claims in the coming years.

Aeropostale Retailer Accused Of Pregnancy Discrimination

Retail clothing giant Aeropostale is facing a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit from a former employee who claims she was consistently harassed by management after informing her superiors that she was expecting a baby. Codie Nelson had been a sales associate at an Aeropostale store for only four months when she began having pregnancy symptoms. She was about nine weeks along when she experienced cramping during her shift.

Fake Robbery Targets Female Workers At California Water District

In Taft, California, many residents deal only in cash. So, when it comes time to pay the utility bill, they come, cash in hand to the West Kern Water District office. Because the cashier's office could have a substantial amount of cash on hand at any given time, employees were given training in how to handle a robbery.

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