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Tyson Foods discriminates against women workers, a class-action complaint claims in Pine Bluff, Ark., Federal Court.

The NLRB claims APL Logistics Warehouse Management Services is conducting unfair labor practices by violating a collective bargaining agreement. See complaint in Louisville Federal Court.

A woman claims Work Out World constructively fired her for truthfully reporting that the manager of its Fall River, Mass. outlet, Mark Connelly, sexually harassed her, assaulted and battered her, and threatened to kill her for reporting his depredations, in Bristol County Court.

SPX Corp., SPX Fluid Power and Tom Prusinski assaulted and battered and fired him because he refused illegal commands to fire workers just because they were older than 55, Philip Philbin claims in Chicago Federal Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: Tritech Software Systems, in San Diego Superior Court; Bank of America, on behalf of mortgage loan officers, in Alameda County Court, Oakland; National Amusements, and JA Rodeo Restaurant, in Los Angeles Superior Court; and Southwestern Bell Telephone, and Mill-Tell, in Kansas City, Kan., Federal Court.

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