Managers at Ford Motor Co.’s Dagenham, U.K., plant are found by a government employment tribunal to be guilty of harassing an Asian worker. Shindra Nagra, who is of Indian descent, says he was harassed for three years before leaving the engine plant in 1999. Nagra says a group of employees once walked out, saying they didn’t want to work with him because he was Asian, and a supervisor kicked away some of his food and made derogatory comments about it. A manager confirmed complaints of ...

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