DENVER The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit Monday charging a Colorado restaurant with sexual harassment and retaliation after firing an employee who complained about how she was treated. EEOC officials described the restaurant’s conduct as “reprehensible,” and attorneys in the case said sexual harassment continues to be a national problem in the restaurant industry.“We continue to see a significant number of sexual harassment complaints in the restaurant ...

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