The lawsuit accuses Crime Scene Cleaners of being more interested in job applicant Kristi Nunez’ marriage than in her qualifications for work.
During a phone interview about a position the interviewer “asked questions which indicated that her gender was a significant factor in Defendant’s hiring decision,” according to the lawsuit. And that included “how comfortable she would be working with ‘all men’ if she was married, and if she had a jealous husband,” the suit states.
Although she was qualified for the job, a man was hired instead, according to the EEOC.
David Miller, a lawyer for Crime Scene Cleaners, denies they ever interviewed Nunez for a job, according to the SF Chronicle report.
Case: EEOC v. Crime Scene Cleaners, Inc., No. C11-4269MEJ