According to the Salt Lake Tribune, a Utah woman has sued her former employer, claiming she was sexually harassed at work. The allegations, according to her federal lawsuit, are outrageous:
He also allegedly told her that she'd be fired if she did not sign a document granting him permission to sexually harass her. You can toss all of the other facts out the window. If the plaintiff can produce a piece of paper in which the employer asked her to give up her rights to be free from harassment, this case is over. And, it will be over with a huge settlement to avoid the risk of a crippling award of punitive damages.
Do I need to even say that "No bra Thursdays" are a workplace no-no?
You can read the complete list of allegations in the complaint: Anderson
v. Lone Peak Controls.
Visit the Ohio Employer's Law Blog to access a copy of the complaint and for more practical employment law information.
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