You are the HR manager for Colossal Toys, Inc. In the big doll department, Joe is claiming he is the victim of employment discrimination. When you ask him to come to your office an explain, he tells you he did not get a promotion to the big truck department because he is a man. He claims Donna got the promotion only because she is female. Joe has two more years of experience but Donna has a Master's Degree. You tell Joe to give you some time to figure all this out. Two days later you learn Joe was delivering some big dolls when he accidentally ran into a customer's loading dock, causing $50,000 in damage. By policy, Joe is fired for being careless. Now the customer, Doll World, is suing and when Doll World's manager Betty Franklin came to see you about all this, she slipped on some fabric scraps on the production floor. Why might Joe sue us? How about Doll World? What about Betty?
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