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No Emotional Distress from Harassment Claim (access required)

A male restaurant employee who said he was harassed in response to complaining to management that the store manager was sexually harassing female employees by targeting employees who spoke little English and having sexual relations with them on the job, waited too late to file his own Title VII claim, and his allegations do not ...

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