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Company must defend hostile workplace claim over N-word (access required)

A racial epithet can satisfy the elements of a hostile work environment claim and is sufficient under the motion-to-dismiss standard, even if it’s allegedly used as a colloquial greeting, a federal judge has ruled. In Young v. Columbia Farms, Inc., the defendant company claimed that a white supervisor had used the N-word as a relaxed, informal ...

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