Employment

     The NAACP claims the City of Indianapolis uses unfair testing to discriminate against black police officers and firefighters and refuse them promotions, in Marion County Court, Indianapolis.




     
     A woman claims Marshall County Court Referral refused to discipline her boss for sexual harassment and assault, even though the female boss was convicted of harassment in county court, in Gadsden, Ala., Federal Court.
     
     Grayco Construction Co. allowed a woman to be sexually harassed and sexually assaulted in the workplace and did not discipline her assailant, she claims in Greeneville, Miss., Federal Court.
     
     A black employee claims in Hartford Federal Court that when he complained to PSEG Power Connecticut that a worker had used the “N” word in his presence, his bosses told him to work on his own “interpersonal skills.”
     
     Twenty-three workers accuse Safeway and Vons of cheating them on overtime, in Los Angeles Superior Court.
     
     Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Grant Thornton LLP, in Sacramento Federal Court; the Center for Autism Research, Evaluation & Service, in San Diego Superior Court; the City of Chicago, in Chicago Federal Court; National Oilwell Varco, in Houston Federal Court; The Mack Group, in Camen, N.J., Federal Court; HHCH Health Care, in Middlesex County Court, N.J.; Sears Roebuck, in Kansas City, Kan., Federal Court; Realty Mortgage Corp., in Wichita Federal Court; Rex Construction Corp., in New York County Court; Methodist Hospitals of Dallas, in a COBRA complaint in Dallas Federal Court; DHL Express, and Payformance Corp., in Jacksonville, Fla., Federal Court.

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