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Employee Alleges Retaliation When Terminated After Filing an EEOC Complaint

An employee of Turner Machine Company in Nashville alleges that he was retaliated against when he was fired after filing a discrimination charge with the EEOC. The claimant states that each morning before beginning work there would be a mandatory employee meeting. It is alleged that at these meetings, in addition to discussing work matters, employees would "discuss milestones occurring in their personal lives including their religious affiliations and church activities." The former employee charged in his EEOC complaint that he did not want to reveal this type of personal information to his co-workers. He filed a religious and disability charge with the EEOC and the charge was resolved in mediation. The employee was then fired from the company. The EEOC filed a lawsuit claiming that Turner Machine Company retaliated against the employee when they fired him and, thus, violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Read more.

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