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Posted inBUSINESS & WORK

Muslim workers say they suffered religious discrimination at Worldwide Flight Services. After the employees protested, they say supervisors assigned them extra tasks like cleaning bathrooms.

More than a dozen warehouse workers staged a walkout in December over prayer breaks and claims of abusive language. Now, five of the Eagan-based employees claim the Amazon shipping contractor retaliated against them with suspensions and unannounced dismissals. “After the protest, everything got worse,” one Somali employee says.