A Starbucks worker claims his boss racially harassed him and discriminated against black job-seekers by putting their applications in a "special" pile, in Davenport, Iowa, Federal Court.
A worker says a district manager for Radio Shack subsidiary Kiosks offered her promotion in exchange for sex and physically forced himself upon her for his sexual gratification, in Hammond, Ind., Federal Court.
Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Alliance Healthcare Services, in San Diego Federal Court; First Franklin Financial, in San Diego Superior Court; eBay, in Santa Clara County Court, Calif.; Union Bank, in Orange County Court, Calif.; Cemex, 4Sunkids, and Sparts Inc., in Los Angeles Superior Court; Aramark, in Orlando Federal Court; CIGNA Healthcare, in Indianapolis Federal Court; North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, in an overtime complaint from forest firefighters, in Wake County Court; Dewey Oil Field Supply, Rain Flow Systems, Shree Sai Corp., and the City of Nowata, Okla., in Tulsa Federal Court; McGrath Rentcorp / Mobile Modular Management Corp., in Alameda County Court, Pleasanton, Calif.; and a slew of Dunkin Donuts franchisees, in Suffolk County Court, Boston.
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