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03-07-10, 05:40 PM #1
Bartender files legal complaint claiming gentlemen's club fired her because she was pregnantUp until she became pregnant, the 29-year-old says she had been one of the club's most popular bartenders. Read the complaint
She says she "bonused 9 times" since August and it was only toward the end of her pregnancy that she asked for different hours.
Due to the tough economy, Paviglianiti says she needed this specific bartending job and feared she'd soon be out of work. To protect herself, she decided to secretly record her boss on tape.
On those recordings Doxey can be heard saying, "Customers don't wanna come in and see a pregnant woman behind the bar!" These recordings were also submitted in her EEOC discrimination claim.
03-07-10, 08:35 PM #2
Damn, she was bartending not pole dancing.Do not war for peace. If you must war, war for justice. For without justice there is no peace. -me
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03-08-10, 04:07 AM #3
She must have seen it coming since she taped the conversation. Smart move. And I agree with you, Lew.... If she was a dancer, then I think she'd lose her case. But as a bartender, and having the conversation taped, I think she'll win.CHIRP! CHIRP!
03-08-10, 12:20 PM #4
Hmm...My place of employment has rules against recording co-workers or supervisors without their permission.He who has the money, signs the cheques.
He who signs the cheques, makes the rules.
He who makes the rules, has the power.
He who has the power, has the money.
03-08-10, 12:46 PM #5Pleasing nobody, one person at a time.
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