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Woman fired after filing discrimination claim

New Jersey employees have the right to work in an environment free of hostile conduct and discrimination under state and federal law. Unfortunately, this does not always stop employers from mistreating their employees. Recently, a Nebraska woman was fired after she filed a discrimination complaint. The woman worked for the Farmers Mutual Insurance Company of Nebraska for eight years before she was fired in June 2011. She alleges that the firing was in retaliation for the complaint that she filed with the Lincoln Commission on Human Rights. She is now suing the insurance company, alleging the employer created a hostile work environment. In particular, she accuses the company of violating the Nebraska Fair Employment Practices Act by engaging in sex and disability discrimination.

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