Sunday, September 23, 2007

Ganley Auto Group Accused of Racism

Bedford car dealer, Frank Nero Lincoln Mercury, which is part of the Ganley Auto Group family has been accused of racism and is facing a lawsuit filed by the EEOC in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio in Cleveland.
Larry Vandiver, a black employee, filed a complaint about Nero with the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission last year. He claimed that the dealership put sales by black salesmen through greater scrutiny than those of white workers; that it denied advancement opportunities to black workers; and that general manager Jay Walsh frequently referred to blacks using derogatory terms, including the n-word. More....

Attorney's for the EEOC have said the suit was filed after negotiations over the past year failed to correct or address any of the issues.

2 comments:

  1. When you don't do as well as others at selling cars and need money..just sy "Racism". Such Crap!

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  2. Larry Vandiver sold 5 cars for all of 2009.
    Who does he want to blame now for his production and laziness? GOD

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