In the case McHugh v. Disney Cruise Lines, Anthony McHugh alleges discrimination at the workplace based on his age and sex. He is a former labor analyst who worked for Disney Cruise Lines at the Florida-headquartered subsidiary until his termination. He complains that a female supervisor at the firm made the environment hostile. The younger female manager allegedly used abusive words to refer to the individual. Besides, she denied McHugh access to privileges that other employees enjoy. The nature of this case presents a rare legal scenario in law practice given the gender of the employee and the supervisor.
The law shields all workers against discrimination based on their sex. Therefore, any person, male or female, who has endured biased acts, has the liberty to allege sex discrimination. In this case, the Federal law also protects older workers aged 40 years and above. Before arriving at a final opinion, i
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