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Workplace Discrimination Laws Do Protect Employees From Non-employees

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Pop quiz: Can an employer ignore harassment or other discriminatory behavior directed at employees by non-employees?

If your answer is “yes,” you’d be in agreement with the court in Shaw v. Access Ohio (Ohio Ct. App. 7/27/18).

You’d also be dead wrong.

Elaine Barrow, an African-American, worked as a counselor for a Medicaid-funded mental health and substance abuse treatment center. She claimed that two Caucasian residents (Donnie and Travis) subjected her a racially hostile work environment, and further that her employer ignored it.

She alleged that around Halloween, two Caucasian residents known as Donnie and Travis painted a skeleton black

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