Tapioca Express and two of its franchisees have settled a $102,500 lawsuit involving the alleged sexual harassment of several of their female Filipino employees that was filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California.
According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) on its press release, the owner of the two Tapioca Express franchisees in Chula Vista and National City, California, whose name was not included in the report, allegedly harassed its young Filipino female employees between ages of 17 and 23 by making unwanted sexual advances.
A staff member at a bar in southern China was fired from her job after replying to her manager with an OK hand emoji in a group chat.
The story, which has gone viral on social media, says that the manager of the bar in Changsha, Hunan province communicated to their team in a group WeChat.
A manager at a cafe in downtown Las Vegas was exposed on video of work harassment by shouting and berating a female employee over tips.
Filmed by employee Allyson Abelido at MTO Cafe, the video clip shows a manager identified as Young Lee shouting at a female employee for not working as hard and telling employees not to tip her out.