The former Safelite employee who was suing the company for discrimination has filed a joint stipulation for dismissal. Safelite had denied the allegations made by a former Indiana technician, Michael Hill, who claimed his employment was wrongfully terminated due to his sex after an incident involving a damaged dashboard and a warranty issue. Hill claimed he was let go for not providing a warranty note to the customer and for not going back to fix the problem.
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Former Employee Voluntarily Dismisses Discrimination Suit Against Safelite
Safelite officials have filed a response to a suit filed last fall by a former technician who alleges that he is owed overtime pay for hours not counted in his work day. Safelite denies the allegations of the former technician, Demetriot Lewis of San Franscisco, and offers several other defenses as to why company officials believe the suit is without merit.
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Safelite Responds to Allegations by Former California Tech Seeking Overtime Pay
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