Managers' Racist Bullying Ends in Hospital Paying $1M Lawsuit

A court rules in favor of 70 Filipino caregivers who were ruthlessly harassed for not "speaking English." Watch the video.

The EEOC and Asian Pacific American Legal Center (APALC) won their case against the Delano Regional Medical Center in California. Representing nearly 70 Filipino nurses and healthcare staffers, the case is the largest workplace language-discrimination lawsuit on the West Coast and in the national healthcare industry.


Watch the video below to learn more about the history behind this case, which was filed in 2010.

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