I can’t do any better of job than the EEOC did in describing the parade of horribles that one supervisor wrought at Sys-Con, a Montgomery, Alabama, general contractor:
According to the EEOC’s lawsuit, from December 2015 to May 2017, a supervisor at Sys-Con’s worksite at the Hyundai manufacturing plant in Montgomery, demanded sexual favors from two non-English speaking Hispanic female employees and watched pornographic videos in front of them. The EEOC further charged that the supervisor sexually assaulted one of the employees and subsequently taunted her, asking whether she “liked it.”
Thereafter, the EEOC said, the supervisor threatened to fire both his victims and their husbands, who were also Sys-Con employees, if they reported his harassment. When one of the employees refused his sexual advances, the supervisor terminated her.
For all of this, the EEOC settled the claims against Sys-Con for (what I consider to be) a paltry $70,000.