In some companies in Massachusetts and elsewhere, older employers are disregarded. These workers no longer become valued and, in some cases, the companies may try to get rid of them to make room for younger replacements. A man who worked for Teradata Corporation in another state alleges that he was fired due to his age. He filed a workplace discrimination claim against the company in federal court.
Many Massachusetts residents use text messaging as a regular form of communication, but can those messages get someone fired if an employee is texting his or her employer? An out-of-state woman claims that she suffered a wrongful termination because of messages that she had sent to her manager over a three-month period. She claims that she faced workplace discrimination because her superior was not held accountable along with her.
Popular restaurant chain Chipotle is facing a lawsuit by three former female employees. The women, who worked in locations outside Massachusetts, allege that they lost their jobs due to workplace discrimination. They have filed their federal lawsuit, hoping they will find justice for being mistreated. All three of the plaintiffs were general managers with the same regional and area managers above them. Each claim they dealt with a form of discrimination based on their gender.
A federal court case against Wal-Mart outside Massachusetts has come to a close. A former pharmacist for the retailer alleges that she was fired due to workplace discrimination based on her gender. She further alleges that her firing was also related in part to her being a whistleblower and voicing concerns about prescriptions that were improperly filled.
The Employee Rights Group, LLC is pleased to announce that we have settled a multi-million dollar class action involving allegations of improper tip and wage practices.