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 immediately suspended the employee that was the subject of the complaint

Ford is being sued for its handling of allegations of sexual harassment and racial discrimination leveled by an employee against her supervisor at the automaker's Dearborn, Michigan plant.
According to The Detroit News
, the lawsuit alleges DeAnna Johnson was sexually and racially harassed on a daily basis from the Dearborn Truck Plant Supervisor.
It claims he would ask her to do things like show him her breasts while training her; and that he called her a “chocolate Jolly Rancher,” because she's African-American.
Johnson says he would also repeatedly harass her by showing her pictures on his phone—of him having sex with other women from the factory; or of him in his underwear, or wearing nothing at all.
The suit, filed January 17 in a U.S. District Court in Detroit, alleges Johnson reported her supervisor's actions to a manager in October 2018, but that her complaints were initially rebuffed; the employee was eventually suspended and then fired in December.
'Ford does not tolerate sexual harassment or discrimination,” Ford spokeswoman Kelli Felker said in a statement published by the News
. “We take those claims very seriously and investigate them thoroughly.”
“The plaintiff filed a Human Resources complaint in November 2018. We launched an investigation, immediately suspended the employee that was the subject of the complaint, then fired him in December.”
In December of 2017, Ford had to apologize for the sexual harassment and racism endured by workers in its Chicago plant, which had been going on for more than 25 years. Ford paid US$10 million to settle those lawsuits.
News of the lawsuit broke around the same time CNN
reported on employees at a General Motors plant in Ohio experiencing extreme racism and even death threats.
Supervisor Marcus Boyd says workers under his direction would call him “boy” to demean him, and that other African-American employees were warned one of the worker's fathers was in the Ku Klux Klan.
Another supervisor, Derrick Brooks, even found a noose in the bathroom; since he was the only black employee in that area, he assumed it was meant to scare him. Another bathroom was graffiti-ed “white's only.” The men are also filing racial harassment lawsuits against their employer.
GM also condemned the misconduct of its workers at that plant.

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