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Firing result of alleged sexual conduct, not bias (access required)

Where a female supervisor alleged her termination, following an investigation of alleged inappropriate sexual conduct in a supply closet, was sex discrimination, but the male store manager who was in the supply closet was also terminated, the store prevailed on the claim. Background Donna L. Dawson worked for Kroger Limited Partnership I for over eight years. Kroger ...