Jury awards D/C worker $21 million

July 1999
Automotive News;7/26/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5830, p10
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Reports that a jury in Detroit, Michigan has ruled that DaimlerChrysler award $21 million to female machinist Linda Gilbert who had accused the automaker of ignoring her sexual harassment complaints for seven years. Complaints that co-workers at assembly plant had left sexually explicit pictures in her work areas and urinated on her clothes; DaimlerChrysler's assertion that Gilbert had refused to cooperate in the investigation.


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