The Oct. 30 request documented in U.S. Locale Court in Atlanta for Anthony W. Duva names as litigants the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, Senior Vice President of Advancement Susan Barcus, Vice President of Human Resources Susan Norton, Associate Vice President Jennifer Russ and President Ricardo Azziz.
As per the claim, Duva worked for the college from Nov. 1, 2003, until his Dec. 15 end. At the time of his terminating he was the senior chief of improvement for blessing getting ready for GRU. As indicated by Duva, he raised more than $100 million in real money and endowments for the University System of Georgia in his decade of administration, more than the majority of the other improvement officers and significant blessing officers joined.
On Sept. 6, Barcus went by Duva in his office and let him know orally and in composing that he was to get a 2 percent raise and a reward, the suit states. Around after two hours, Duva’s prompt manager came into his office and let him know that his position was being disposed of as per the school’s workforce-lessening strategies, as per the claim.
Duva, 66, claims he was the main worker ended in the Advancement Department as a component of the workforce-decrease plan. In the months previously, then after the fact Duva’s position was wiped out, seven more youthful representatives were contracted in the Advancement Department and two different builders, additionally more youthful than Duva, were enlisted for the division, as per the claim.
Duva fights his end was the aftereffect of age segregation.
As indicated by the claim, Azziz more than once expressed in gatherings and discussions that GRU required “to get more youthful” and “we have an excess of old individuals that work here.”
Likewise, Duva asserts that Barcus asked him more than once in 2013 when he wanted to resign.
Duva advanced his end through the college’s authoritative methodology without achievement, he expressed.
Duva’s suit takes after two other representative segregation suits against the college. A sex separation claim recorded in 2011 was settled in 2012. An alternate claim documented in the not so distant future blames the college for victimization a debilitated representative. It is as of now pending.