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Employee fired for dishonesty did not have discrimination claim (access required)

Where a lesbian employee was fired by the same person who had hired her approximately eight months earlier, and the person who fired her had ample reason to believe that she had been dishonest in the course of her employment, the employee did not have a claim for discrimination or retaliation. Background In January 2016, Carla Beels ...