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The Commission alleged that Whirlpool violated Title VII regarding the Civil Rights Act of 1964 whenever it did absolutely nothing to stop a

The Commission alleged that Whirlpool violated Title VII regarding the Civil Rights Act of 1964 whenever it did absolutely nothing to stop a

White male co-worker at a Whirlpool plant in LaVergne, Tenn., from harassing an African-American feminine employee as a result of her competition and intercourse. The punishment lasted for just two months and escalated as soon as the co-worker physically assaulted the Ebony employee and inflicted severe injuries that are permanent. Throughout a four-day workbench test, the court heard proof that the employee repeatedly reported unpleasant spoken conduct and gestures by the co-worker to Whirlpool administration before she had been violently assaulted, without the corrective action by the business. The test also founded that the worker suffered damaging permanent injuries that are mental will avoid her from working once again because of the attack. Read more…

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