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previously found, she was unwilling to work in the presence of any men (while

producing no expert testimony supporting the reasonableness of this blanket

prohibition), limited her media job search resources to a single local periodical, and

seemingly required that an employer be located in her immediate suburban environs

offering highly restricted hours acceptable to her. The complainant has requested lost

earnings in the amount of one hundred twenty dollars ($120) per week (12 hours x 10

dollars per hours). I am prepared, due to the seriousness of the abuse she endured

leading to her constructive discharge, to award lost wages for a period of six months (26

weeks) and therewith set the award for such wages at three thousand one hundred

twenty dollars ($3,120). I do find that reasonably suitable employment could and should

have been secured (in the context of evaluating mitigation efforts) after a six month

recuperation.

V.

Interest

Pursuant to Thames Talent Ltd. v. CHRO, 265 Conn. 127 (2003), pre-judgment and

post-judgment interests are awarded on the lost wages award and post-judgment

interest on the emotional distress award (an allowance for lawful pre-judgment interest

having been factored into the rounded award for emotional distress).

Order of Relief

  • 1.

    The respondent shall pay the complainant the following:

    • a.

      Back pay in the amount of $3,120.

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