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Workers Sue Company Over Restroom Tapings

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Feb 11, 2005
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Do people not have any rights anymore?

Workers Sue Company Over Restroom Tapings

MESA, Ariz. (AP) -- Nearly 100 employees of a trash collecting company in Phoenix have filed a lawsuit, alleging that people were videotaped while using the restroom.

Waste Management lawyer Michael Manning said there was videorecording equipment in the men's restroom of the company's building but it was to catch vandals and drug users at night.

He said nobody ever watched the recordings unless there were signs of vandalism or drug use in the restroom first, which there were none after the equipment was installed.

Manning said the lawsuit is an attempt by union organizers to malign the national trash collection company, which is based in Houston.

The suit, filed June 21 in Maricopa County Superior Court on behalf of 92 employees, claims that Waste Management in Phoenix secretly taped people "in the act of urinating or undressing inside an employees restroom."

It names eight supervisors and managers who the employees say knew about the recordings.

Sexual discrimination would also be in order because they only had camera's in the MENS room! :roll:
How on earth could 8 supervisors and managers NOT know that would lead to problems? Unimaginable.

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