Source: ABC News
After three Target employees sued the company for discrimination, including the distribution of “multi-cultural tips” noting the “differences among Hispanic employees,” the company says it never meant to offend.
The three employees who filed suit, Robert Gonzalez, 58, Bulmaro Fabian, 58, and Pedro Garcia-Ayala, 36, worked at a Target Distribution Warehouse in Woodland, Calif., about 15 miles northwest of Sacramento. The three men are of Mexican descent, according to the lawsuit, and were employed as warehouse workers “in manual labor positions, while Caucasian employees held nearly all management positions.”
Ilija Cvetich, the attorney for the plaintiffs, declined to comment on behalf of his clients.
The three men seek unspecified punitive damages for harassment, failure to prevent harassment, age and race discrimination and retaliation.
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