Wal-Mart employee files racial discrimination suit
A stocker at Wal-Mart has not filed a racial discrimination lawsuit after he was yelled at by his supervisor and told to “hurry up.”
The man filed the lawsuit in late June in the Eastern District of Texas. He stated that the manager created a hostile work environment by telling employees to “hurry up” and telling them that they were “too slow.”
The man stated that the manager treated him differently because he had an Asian accent and had dark skin. He also claims that he was denied promotions because of he is a native of the island of Palau. He is now seeking damages for adjusted pay, mental distress, and emotional suffering.
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