MassPort Workers Claim They Were Fired For Speaking In Foreign Language
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BOSTON (CBS) – MassPort is looking into claims of discrimination at Logan International Airport.
Two employees are alleging that they were let go because they were speaking their native language on the job.
The workers, who speak Haitian Creole, say they were fired after being reprimanded by a manager. A third worker was suspended for insubordination. A MassPort spokesman says the agency is conducting an investigation.