Mexican Eatery Ordered to Pay Almost $28k by the EEOC to Resolve Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

California-based Mexicali Chicken & Salads has been ordered to pay $27,692 to “resolve a discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) on behalf of a female employee who was sexually harassed by her manager and then fired when she complained”. The National Law Review reports that EEOC Director, Christopher Green, used the opportunity to let employers know that they need to “have appropriate anti-harassment policies and reporting procedures in place to protect their workers from unwelcome advances and retaliation”.

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