Car Dealership Accused Of Religious Harassment


A car dealership has been accused of religious harassment and a lawsuit has been filed against it by the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The dealership is accused of discriminating against the religion of one of its Jewish employees, Jack Adler, who alleges that he was harassed as a result of his religion.

According to the lawsuit Mr Adler has to put up with slurs and abuse while working at the dealership, Champion Chevrolet in Reno, Nevada. The lawsuit states that Mr. Adler spoke to the owner of the dealership asking him to put a stop to the harassment but nothing was done about it and it continued to go on.

According to a lawyer working for the dealership there is no merit to the accusations, and said that the dealership would not put up with any form of harassment or discrimination. The plaintiff has been accused of extortion of the employer.

Mr. Adler worked at the dealership for three years and, according to company officials, was promoted to manager but did not have the necessary skills and so he decided to leave.


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