Hello, I work as a contractor at large bank in their IT division, we(30 member diverse talent) have planned for potluck as we have moved to new management line and two managers and their boss were visiting our branch, We all decided to bring one item each for potluck. on the potluck day, just before 30 mins of the event, I have got request from full time female associate who is also holds the same role requesting me to arrange tables in food court for the event along with other contractors. we have gone down n picked up spot after informing floor manager and placed the print out at the end of tables which were clubbed already n near to cutlery and trash cans which will not make me or other contractors to do anything except standing till others come. But things began change randomly- Full time ladies came n told they did not like to sit there n will move to different spot on the floor, which made us to move all the items to the different spot. that spot does not have tables joined together which made some of us to arrange tables. then everyone picked up food and sat in different groups . at the end, we contractors were made to remove the trash bag of the event ,is this violation ?
A violation of what? First, this sounds like a bunch of random details about something you weren't happy you were asked to do. That doesn't mean your civil rights were violated. Second, if you are truly an independent contractor, the Iowa Civil Rights Act doesn't apply to you.
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