Publix Super Markets, Lakeland, Fla., is facing another sexual discrimination lawsuit. In a case filed last week, the plaintiff, a bakery plant manager, is seeking class-action status, claiming that as many as 20,000 female nonstore employees were victimized, published reports said. Robles & Gonzalez, Miami, the plaintiff's counsel, could not be reached for comment. In a statement, Publix said the suit was part of unionization efforts by the United Food and Commercial Workers. Last ...

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