EEOC Hounded Workers To Join 'I Love You' Suit, Co. Says

Law360, New York (February 2, 2015, 6:07 PM EST) -- A company that allegedly forced workers to tell each other "I love you" and take part in a belief system called "Onionhead" cried foul on Friday in a New York federal court, complaining about the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's "relentless" efforts to solicit workers to join the suit.

United Health Programs of America Inc. and parent Cost Containment Group asked the Brooklyn federal judge overseeing the EEOC's religious bias suit for a conference that could — if both sides can't come to terms — clear the way for a motion to block the EEOC from contacting the defendants' current or...

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