Hotel Bar Workers Say They Were Called 'Taliban' In Bias Suit

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Law360, New York (December 9, 2015, 1:12 PM ET) — Three bussers who work at a bar inside a boutique hotel in Midtown Manhattan allege that their supervisors and co-workers discriminated against them because of their Bangladeshi origin, calling them “Taliban,” “Bengali mafia” and other slurs, according to a complaint filed Monday in New York federal court.

Samir Mondal, Muhammad Uddin and Mohammed Hoque filed claims that DHG Management Co. LLC, the owner of the Benjamin Hotel, discriminated and retaliated against them because of their national origin, in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights…

Source: Law360