No Title VII Training Despite Victim's Jury Win, 11th Circ. Says
Law360 (June 12, 2019, 9:49 PM EDT) -- The Eleventh Circuit ruled Wednesday that an outsourcing company doesn't have to offer sexual harassment training after losing at trial against a former employee claiming the company turned a blind eye to her sexual harassment, saying the training wouldn't benefit her as she no longer works for the company.
A three-member panel said a lower court improperly granted Myra Furcron's motion to require Mail Centers Plus LLC to retrain its managers about Title VII compliance because Eleventh Circuit precedent requires a plaintiff to benefit from an injunctive relief award to order a company to comply.
"The district court abused its discretion when...
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