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The two spoke in the office about a used part that was returned as new for a refund. As he was leaving the store some time later, she contends that he walked past her as she stood at the counter and said, "Are you coming to the hotel tonight? When she refused, he said, "Well, just tell me what Sluts in pen y banc drink, and we'll go and have a drink in public if you don't feel safe coming to my hotel. I just want to run you a bubble bath and give you a back massage, or a full body massage. Even though there was at least one other employee in the store at the time, she said nothing, believing it would be ill-advised to get other team members involved.
For his part, Stonehouse recalled that he visited the store to obtain information about currency missing from a deposit. He spoke with Moling and a team member named Hal Crumby regarding his concerns. He denied inviting the Plaintiff to his hotel room or to have a drink with him. Stonehouse remembered inviting her to play pool, however, explaining that, the last time he visited the south store, he overheard Moling and a male co-worker discussing a small bar she liked to patronize and suggested the next time he was in town they could go there Free casual dating in tampa fl 33604 shoot some pool.
After he left the store, she did not see him again. In October while Ouellette was still out for his surgery, Moling discovered he had been stealing. On October 15, the Plaintiff took off work for her son's wedding in California, intending to return October 21 or On October 20, she learned her brother had died suddenly and unexpectedly and took several more days off in order to make the necessary arrangements. The three met the next day, and Moling took the opportunity at that time to complain about the behavior of Ouellette and Stonehouse. Carrington instructed her to prepare a written statement, which she did, but only as to Ouellette. As she was preparing the statement in a breakroom, Ouellette walked in, saw his name on the paper Moling was writing, and "went off.
Hughes overheard and informed Carrington, who called her back into his office. He said, "Why don't we just move you to the south store? The Plaintiffs written statement contained the following: She also stated therein, that "[Carrington] then asked me to write this stat[e]ment on my side of this situation. He stated that he would move me to [the south store] starting on Monday, November 3rd, At the conclusion of the meeting, Carrington "offered for [Moling] to go out south to get Best pussy in vryheid from Carl. In her deposition she denied that she disagreed with the Free dating in grimsby or that it was involuntary, stating that she just could no longer deal with Ouellette and the issue with his wife on a daily basis.
In an affidavit prepared in connection with her response to the instant motion, she stated that "[a]t the time of [her] demotion from management and transfer to the South Store, Carrington told [her] that if [she] did not want to work with Ouellette any more, I had to transfer and be demoted. Carrington indicated in his deposition that, because of the inability of Moling and Ouellette to work together, he elected to "transfer her out of that environment to the south store. According to Carrington, he moved Moling and not Ouellette because "she was the assistant manager at that store, and I needed really her expertise out at the south store because I didn't have an assistant manager out there, and someone with her expertise and ability to be out there, that she did a good job with customer service, and I needed her back out there.
And I needed the other store to function without the disruption and so forth. When asked whether the move was a demotion, he replied in the affirmative, but stated that she said she did not want a store manager job, a statement the Plaintiff vehemently denies. It is undisputed that her pay remained the same. Moling testified that she believed Ouellette wanted to get rid of her because she caught him stealing. She claimed he was also "furious" with her because his back surgery had to be postponed when she was put back in the hospital due to complications from her colon operation.
As previously noted, Moling's written Sluts in pen y banc did not include allegations against Stonehouse. Carrington kept his word about separating her from Stonehouse; she attended no more inventories, as the auditor would be there, and, when she had to pick up parts on one occasion from a store at which Stonehouse was present, Carrington, who was standing outside smoking, asked another employee to bring them out to her. Carrington's solution, in Moling's mind, kept her from ever having her own store so long as Stonehouse remained the regional auditor, as store managers had to interact with the individual who held that position.
She claims that Carrington tried to mollify her by confiding that he thought Stonehouse might be transferred to Colorado and, if that occurred, she could have her own store again. After the meeting, Moling returned to work at the south store on November 8, as a parts specialist under the supervision of store manager Mike Jones. She recalled that she and Jones "did not get along for a long time," "had [their] differences," and got into "little spatting matches a couple of times. The Plaintiff complained Jones handed out an assignment sheet listing three or four duties for her, one for everyone else at the store, and none for the two black male employees.
She related that, on another occasion, a tip was received that an O'Reilly driver had turned in front of someone while talking on a cell phone. Moling was blamed and written up for the incident in February even though there was another driver in the store that day who was male. She stated that the other employee, Travis, was interviewed and denied being involved but that no one spoke to her prior to the write-up, which was a violation of company policy. Jones screamed at her a few days later during an argument at the store pertaining to the cell phone incident in front of customers and other employees. In response, she left the store and was written up for leaving her post.
Moling was written up a third time in February for sending a text message that she was too sick to come to work, even though, as she conceded, company policy required that such information be conveyed by telephone. According to the Plaintiff, a male employee at the store had sent numerous text messages indicating that he would be late for work. In AprilJones gave her a favorable evaluation. When asked if Jones did not like her because she was female, she replied, "No, I don't think female had anything to do with it.
Although he called one evening and said "Hey, baby" when she answered, she took it as just "playing around" and not a sexual advance. The Plaintiff asserted in her deposition that the write-ups were the result of her problems with Stonehouse but could give no specifics about why she thought so. According to Moling, everyone at the south store knew she had been transferred there because she might file a lawsuit, which she associated with her complaints about Stonehouse. However, at another point in her deposition, she claimed that the talk at the south store was of her filing a lawsuit about Ouellette.
Jones was replaced by Paul Morton as store manager around the summer of Another time, Morton left the safe open and exited the store. Moling, who was supervising the store, noticed it, counted the money inside, closed the safe and documented the event. The next day when she asked Morton to sign the document indicating that the safe had been left open, he became angry and refused to sign. The day after that, he took her off sales and relegated her to the back of the store. She related that "Paul will tell you in a heartbeat he never wants to work with a woman. He never wanted me in that store He had his little women slurs.
If a guy came in and didn't feel good, he wanted to know if their um-hmm hurt. When asked if he ever told her he did not want women in the store, she replied, "No. It was slurs like that that made me believe he didn't want women in the store. Moling also insisted Morton would tell customers that she did not know what she was talking about and ask to help them himself. She said he treated another employee named Jackie the same way. He also moved the Plaintiffs schedule to nights. At the outset, it is necessary for the Court to address a procedural matter. Contemporaneously with her response to the instant motion for summary judgment, the Plaintiff submitted her affidavit dated September 13, O'Reilly seeks an order striking certain portions of the affidavit from the record.
Relevant to the Court's analysis of the issues raised by the parties in this matter is Defendant's assertion with respect to paragraph 16 of the affidavit, which states: When Mike Jones would verbally harass me and embarrass me in front of customers and other employees, I would tell him that he was not treating me fairly and ask him to stop. I also discussed with Jones that I was being told that he and corporate wanted to get rid of me. I told him that was retaliation for my reporting of discrimination and harassment. It is the position of the Defendant that the statement that Moling was told the company and Jones wanted to get rid of her is inadmissible hearsay.
Rule 56 provides that "[a]n affidavit or declaration used to support or oppose a motion must be made on personal knowledge, set out facts that would be admissible in evidence, and show that the affiant or declarant is competent to testify on the matters stated. The party seeking to enter the statement into evidence must establish that it is not hearsay. Clearly, the statement falls within the definition of hearsay. Under the THRA, "[i]t is a discriminatory practice for an employer to [f]ail or refuse to hire or discharge any person or otherwise to discriminate against an individual with respect to compensation, terms, conditions or privileges of employment because of such individual's race, creed, color, religion, sex, age or national origin[.
Concepts, LLC, Fed. First, it forbids quid pro quo harassment, which occurs when an employee's submission to unwanted sexual advances becomes either a condition for the receipt of job benefits, or the means to avoid an adverse employment action. Quid Pro Quo Sexual Harassment. To succeed on a quid pro quo sexual harassment claim, a plaintiff must demonstrate that " 1 [she] is a member of a protected class; 2 [she] was subjected to unwelcome sexual harassment; 3 the harassment was based on [her] sex; 4 [her] refusal to submit to the unwelcome demands resulted in an adverse employment action; and 5 liability may be imputed to the employer. To satisfy the fourth element, the plaintiff must establish: Tangible employment actions are significant changes in employment status, such as hiring, firing, failing to promote, reassignment with significantly different responsibilities, a change in benefits, or other factors unique to [the employee's] particular situation.
There is some dispute between the parties as to whether Moling in fact has asserted a claim of quid pro quo harassment. The Plaintiff states in her response to the motion for summary judgment that she is proceeding under both theories. In any case, the Court finds that a claim for quid pro quo sexual harassment cannot survive summary judgment. She submits that she has presented abundant evidence that, subsequent to her report concerning Stonehouse, she was subjected to a downward-spiraling journey of tangible job detriments, including transfer to the south store and removal from the management track, being forced to perform three times the work of other employees, undeserved write-ups, undesirable and dangerous job assignments, and verbal harassment.
Thus, Plaintiff may prevail if she demonstrates that she experienced an adverse employment action, and that this action occurred because of her refusal to have sex with Kirk. None of the job detriments identified by the Plaintiff resulted from her refusal to have sex with Stonehouse. Indeed, the only action pointed to by Moling that even involved Stonehouse was her transfer and concomitant alleged removal from the management track. The remaining actions, assuming her allegations are true, resulted from Moling's complaints to management about the auditor's behavior, not her refusal to have sex with him. The two are not one and the same. This latter grievance, if plaintiff properly may be regarded as advancing it, could be an aspect of her quid pro quo sexual harassment claim.
Feltner has made no factual allegations which fall within the definition of quid pro quo sexual harassment. As she has failed to show her refusal to succumb to Stonehouse's alleged requests for sexual favors resulted in transfer and removal from the management track, her quid pro quo harassment claim cannot stand. The Defendant takes issue with the fourth element. The court is to determine "whether the workplace is permeated with discriminatory intimidation, ridicule, and insult[. City of Findlay, Fed. City of Boca Raton, U. Moling points to the following incidents as evidence that she suffered from a hostile work environment: In her deposition, the Plaintiff indicated that Carrington's admonition that she not phone Ouellette was not part of her lawsuit, to wit: That was [Ouellette's] wife's deal.
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She Sults testified that Jones' issues with her were not based on sex. There is no evidence that her removal Slutz sales by Morton was based on her gender. Even assuming the remaining allegations were based on Sluts in pen y banc, Moling has failed to establish the harassment she suffered "was severe or pervasive enough to create an environment that a reasonable person would find hostile or abusive," and that she "subjectively regard[ed] that environment as abusive. Two recent Sixth Circuit decisions addressing hostile work environment based on sex offer some guidance. The male employees openly and loudly referred to female customers, truck drivers, co-workers and others as bitches, whores, sluts, dykes and cunts.
Her co-workers viewed sexually explicit photos on their computers; left pornographic magazines open on their desks; brought nude pictures of their girlfriends to share; traded sexual jokes, stories, fantasies and preferences in her presence on a daily basis and called her a "heifer" with "milk udders" and "moo"ed at her. On one occasion, a male co-worker, wearing only a towel, sat on a nearby desk, displaying his whole thigh, and engaged in discussions with other male employees about anal sex. When she complained, her supervisor would simply yell at the offending employee to stop bothering her, which led to more ridicule.
Gallagher averred that she left the office every day in tears. On these facts, the Sixth Circuit overruled the lower court's grant of summary judgment, finding that she had presented sufficient evidence of a hostile work environment. In contrast, in Hensman v. City of Riverview, Fed. When he had to pick up a key from her house one night and she appeared at the door in a bathrobe, he complimented her on her "jammies. The next day, he brought her a bouquet of flowers and bagels by way of apology for the remark. Nonetheless, she was humiliated because everyone knew about the incident and thought it was funny. The Sixth Circuit concluded Hensman had failed to show her supervisor's actions created a hostile work environment.
In making its determination, the court compared Hawkins v.
United Parcel Service, Inc. In this case, Stonehouse leaned Moling over a desk and attempted to kiss her on one Slutd and asked her out twice, in March and October By her own admission, she rarely saw him otherwise. He made "flirty" phone calls to her on at most four occasions between March and Sluuts With respect to Ouellette, according to her deposition, his comments concerning his wife's jealousy of her began in June Fuck local sluts in watersheddings was Sluts in pen y banc for her surgery on June 21, and was not rehired until August 25, Ouellette was out from September 8 through October Slufs,after which no more such incidents occurred.
Thus, his teasing could have only lasted less than a month at most. Thus, the Court finds that the contentions made by Moling fall more in inn with the Sixth Circuit cases in which a hostile work environment had not been demonstrated. See, supra; see also see also Weiss v. Skuts Wireless, F. Accordingly, the Plaintiff's hostile work environment must fail. Moling argues that she suffered discrimination at the hands of her employer based on direct evidence. Direct evidence is "that evidence which, if believed, requires the conclusion that unlawful discrimination was at least a motivating factor" in the adverse action taken by the employer. Direct evidence "does not require a factfinder to draw any inferences in order to conclude that the challenged employment action was motivated at least in part by prejudice[.
The Plaintiff contends that the following acts of O'Reilly were direct evidence of gender discrimination: Morton's alleged comments concerning women are not direct evidence of gender discrimination. Although Moling averred that Morton "will tell you in a heartbeat" he did not want women working in the store, she acknowledged he never made such a statement to her and did not offer evidence as to when such comments were made or to whom. For us one of the joys of that part of Wales is that is relatively accessible from our home, and yet it feels remote. Talking of roads, what a joy they are after the terrors of our potholed, pock-marked tracks! Even the most minor of country tracks have scarcely any potholes.
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