Marriot employee fired for sexual harassment

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Email address:. A woman has come forward with allegations that she was sexually assaulted at a hotel spa, mirroring claims in a lawsuit against the hotel that its general manager refused to fire sexual predators. The woman, who spoke with the Daily Press on the condition of anonymity, told police that she was sexually assaulted in January by her massage therapist at the spa inside the JW Marriott Le Merigot in Santa Monica. The hotel fired Mills last November, despite praising her work in several performance reviews.

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Sexual harassment of subordinate at party, subsequent denial gave employer sufficient cause to dismiss year employee. A British Columbia hotel executive who went a little too far in celebrating at an employee holiday party found himself the target of a sexual harassment complaint and, ultimately, out of a job. Despite his claim of wrongful dismissal, the B. Stan van Woerkens, 49, was the director of sales and marketing at the Renaissance Vancouver Hotel Harbourside and had been employed with Marriot Hotels since He generally received positive evaluations of his job performance, except for a recommendation in he should be careful to control his temper when dealing with other employees.

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The year-old was a housekeeping pro, taking the job at the Westin 26 years ago after she immigrated from Vietnam. Cleaning was hard work and she often felt rushed to complete her 15 rooms a day. But she had bills to pay, and after so many years at the hotel, the job gave her a sense of security. Then the pain hit her.
Leticia Vallejo, a housekeeper at a Marriott hotel in Irvine, California, said that back in the summer of , a drunk male guest groped her while she was cleaning the hotel lobby bathroom. Men often urinate in front of her and make inappropriate comments or advances. The picture she painted echoed her lawsuit, filed Monday in California Superior Court. She repeatedly asked for a sign to keep people out of bathrooms while she cleaned, according to the complaint.