REPORT: Fast food employees from major chain file sexual harassment complaints


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Two national advocacy groups on Tuesday filed lawsuits on behalf of 10 female McDonald’s employees who say they were sexually harassed at work.

The Associated Press reported that the women say they were groped, propositioned for sex and subject to indecent exposure and lewd comments from their superiors.

The article goes on to state the following:

The group Fight for $15, which advocates for a pay raise for minimum-wage workers, organized the lawsuit, which claims women who reported harassment were ignored or faced retaliation. The suit includes claims from employees working in New Orleans, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami and elsewhere.

The complaint was filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the AP reported.

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