According to the lawsuit, Tesla workers face harassment and sexual harassment, "sex-induced nightmares are common." harassment. p>
"Several times a week, male colleagues barely hit the lady on the back (including her thigh) or touch her under the pretext of working together." The staff failed to protect her, though she repeatedly complained.
Now on complaint that medical leave until the end of the year, on his doctor's orders, she began to treat a therapist who diagnosed him with PTSD and medication anxiety.
as "a building site or house of the Euphrates"
Barraza was sued in Alamda County, California, Supreme Court. Although Tesla explicitly claims to create a safe and respectful environment for its workers, the truth is that for years Tesla has subjected the women who work in its Fremont factory to stressful and terrifying situations. Common sexual harassment. The floor of a Tesla factory is more like a rough old construction site or the Euphrates' house than an advanced company in the heart of the developing San Francisco Bay Area. The prevailing culture of sexual harassment, which includes a barrage of everyday sexual language and behavior, including frequent tapping on the factory floor, is familiar and often performed by supervisors and managers. Jessica Barraza has repeatedly complained to managers and HR that they can't protect her. He had to endure this barbaric and illegal behavior for years until he could no longer stand it. Ms. Barraza files a lawsuit to end the systematic sexual harassment of her and other women at Tesla. Failure to prevent sexual harassment and retaliation. Barazza says that Tesla retaliated after he complained about sexual harassment, and that he was "deprived of certain privileges and advantages to women who did not oppose sexual orientation and courtship of observers." p>
Barazza's complaint. Claims for compensation, punitive damages, and provisions preventing Tesla from continuing the behavior described in the lawsuit—including requiring Tesla to adopt reasonably calculated policies for training, monitoring, reporting and enforcement to immediately end such illegal activities.
Challenges of Tesla's Compulsory Arbitration Act
Barraza signed a mandatory arbitration agreement as a condition of employment when he began working at Tesla, but his lawsuit claims that the arbitration award is "unreasonable procedurally and substantively and therefore unenforceable." to implement. Baraza claims Tesla uses forced arbitration to protect itself from public accountability.
Today we contacted Tesla regarding Baraza's complaint, We will update this article if we receive a response.Barraza's lawsuit comes about six weeks after a federal jury owed $137 million to Owen Diaz, a black worker who alleged that Tesla was taking reasonable steps to curb racial abuse at the Fremont plant. Pronouncing the verdict “This reflects on what's going on inside the Tesla factory.” “Ilan Musk, you've been told. Clean up this factory."
After Diaz's ruling, Tesla released a statement confirming that the trial would cover the events of 2015-2016. The company said, "We will continue to grow and improve the way we address employee concerns." But Barraza claims that sexual harassment in The Tesla plant lasted at least until October 2021, shortly before he took leave.
Tesla says more than 10,000 employees at Fremont plant
Barraza complaint Calls for a jury trial, and says there are witnesses who will testify about Tesla's "quick" harassment:
Ms..Barazza has seen other women who have experienced the same environment, and witnesses will testify that they experienced or witnessed widespread sexual harassment The range at Tesla.Ms. Barraza does this to hold Tesla accountable for the harm she has done to herself and other women, and to seek coercive relief in the form of changes to Tesla's policy for an unsafe and hostile work environment for women in Fremont.It hurts to end.Factory.
Barza's lawsuit describes her as the mother of two 38-year-olds.The petition states that the gender opinions he receives As he walked to his work station "not only from his colleagues, but also from supervisory 'guides', available to the observers, and sometimes to the observers themselves. "One of her supervisors and other female colleagues called her 'Awad'. He sent her a text message and another supervisor flirted with her and told her how to control her future career." p>
Litigation: Tesla is like a 'mongoose house' with 'repeatedly clicking on the factory floor'
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