Murphy Ford of Chester will pay $244,000 to settle sexual harassment complaints from three female employees. According to a complaint filed with the EEOC, the women complained to
When the dealership took no action, the women filed suit. Murphy responded by firing Cynthia Bell, one of the women who complained. Before anything else could go wrong, the dealership decided to settle the case. Bell will receive $206,500, with the remaining $37,500 going to the other women.
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