December 14, 2016

Substantiated, nonpretextual complaints of petitioner's subordinates comprise a legitimate, nondiscriminatory, nonretaliatory reason for terminating supervisor


Substantiated, nonpretextual complaints of petitioner's subordinates comprise a legitimate, nondiscriminatory, nonretaliatory reason for terminating supervisor

The termination of petitioner's employment did not violate a constitutional or statutory provision or a policy established by decisional law where employer's investigation reveled that the petitioner “favored employees of his own national origin, including his brother-in-law, giving them more favorable schedules and faster promotions, and discriminated against women and persons not of his own national origin.”

Reported as 2016 NY Slip Op 08010, Appellate Division, First Department

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