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EEOC Charges that Female Employees at Hotel Were Subjected to Hostile and Abusive Work Environment

According to the EEOC, the operators of the Wyndham Garden New Orleans Airport hotel created a hostile and abusive work environment at the hotel by allowing a male manager to sexually harass two female employees. According to the suit, the manager con­tinually made sexually inappropriate comments to and engaged in sexually inappropriate conduct toward the employees. The female employees told multiple male and female supervisors and managers about the comments and conduct, but the operators of the hotel took no action in response to their complaints. 

The EEOC brought suit alleging that the hotel discriminated against two female employees because of their sex and is asking the court to award punitive and compensatory damages and backpay to the affected female employees.