State Civil Rights Commission Issues Decision In Religious Harassment Case

Posted on Sep 3, 2014 in News

Employer Held Liable for Religious and Sexual Harassment

HONOLULU — The Hawaii Civil Rights Commission (HCRC) issued a final decision and order holding the Research Institute for Hawaii USA (RIH), and its CEO Christopher Damon Haig, liable for religious and sexual harassment and discrimination against their former executive director Kay Lorraine Bate. HCRC Executive Director William Hoshijo and complainant Bate’s legal team applauded the Commission decision of August 26, 2014.

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