Home Depot Employees Claim Management Did Nothing About Sexual Harassment

(PRWEB) December 19, 2004


Home Depot USA, Inc., and area supervisors face allegations of sex discrimination, sexual harassment, and requiring employees to work off the clock.

Three women formerly employed at a Vancouver Home Depot Store have joined together to sue Home Depot and five of its supervisory and management personnel for sexual harassment, sex discrimination and unlawful wage and hour practices. The suit was filed Friday morning in Clark County Superior Court on behalf of Judy Newton, Amy Musgrave, and Charisse Vigneau (case #04-2-06585-6). The suit claims discrimination based primarily upon offensive and sexually explicit comments and conduct by male co-workers that when reported to Home Depot Management and Human Resources, went unaddressed.

The lawsuit alleges that the women experienced:

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