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November 16, 2012



It looks the authorities are cracking down on companies that allow this kind of behavior to continue among its workers.It's great that the government found it prudent to hold the steakhouse accountable. Too many times companies get away with it, it's great that people are being held accountable.Hopefully in time the workers will file their own civil suit against the company as well.


Shame on JT and PMK!


I agree with the comment above. If managers can't “regularly grab[] or pinch[] male employees’ buttocks and/or push[] their penises against employees’ buttocks and attempt[] to grab the genital areas of male employees”, then what can they do and what happened to freedom?


Wow. Really sad to hear about this. I've been a patron at Sparks for over a decade -it's very disheartening to see that the great management at this incredible establishment is being raked over by greedy and dishonest waiters. Such is the norm in today's America: Sue em if you can. Better not even think of opening a business in this country anymore.

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