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Call Center Employee Fired for Profanity (access required)

An African-American employee at a Sprint call center who was terminated for a history of discipline that included counseling for her frequent use of profanity, has not demonstrated that her termination was attributable to racial bias, and the Abingdon U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to employer. The overwhelming evidence establishes that Sprint viewed her job ...

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