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Discriminatory remarks not directed at an employee can = hostile work environment

The 2nd Circuit in a decision on March 6th, 2020, has ruled that discriminatory remarks not specifically directed at an employee can help form the basis for a hostile work environment claim (Rasmy v. Marriott International, Inc. No. 18-cv-3260). Rasmy, who worked at the Essex House since 1991, was fired in May 2016 after he reported ...

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