USA: Sara Lee Boss Sued For Employment Discrimination
By just-style.com | 3 September 2004
Sara Lee Corp, the US's biggest apparel maker, is being sued for employment discrimination by a Dallas woman who says the company's chairman and chief executive Steven McMillan withdrew an offer of employment when she refused to continue sexual relations with him.
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