By Joshua Rhett Miller. Andrew Joseph Otero-Albertorio, 24, of Maple Grove, is expected to make his initial court appearance Tuesday afternoon in Hennepin County District Court after being charged last week with five felony counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, the Star Tribune reports. Otero-Albertorio and the female employee started exchanging Snapchat messages in November before he tried to kiss the teen, but she refused his advances, according to a criminal complaint obtained by the newspaper.
The manager of a Subway sandwich shop in Houston, Texas, was fired after text messages revealed that he refused to hire a teen because she was black. The situation came to a head after a conversation between the manager and a Subway employee went viral on social media. The manager then asked how Simmons looked.
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Fox News Flash top headlines for June 4 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews. A Subway manager was terminated after allegedly denying a Texas teenager a summer job because of her race. High school student Katelyn Simmons of Spring reportedly applied to a position at the sandwich chain so she could earn money over the summer before she started her senior year.
As Step Up's teen programs manager in Los Angeles, Sofia Lilly oversees all programs and services related to Step Up's teen girls including after-school programming at eight school partner sites, mentorship conference planning and content creation, and coaching and developing the team of teen programs facilitators and mentors. Sofia started at Step Up in as a confidence instructor for Step Up ninth grade girls. She then followed her cohort of teens to 10th grade, then 11th, and became their 12th grade Young Luminaries facilitator briefly before stepping into her current role of teen programs manager.
While your teen may think it's fine to wait until the last possible second to complete her high school science lab or her math project, procrastination can be a big problem later in life. She may find that waiting until the last second means an unexpected illness, emergency, or problem will prevent her from getting her work done. Her future boss or college professors aren't likely to accept late work—or the excuses that accompany delayed projects.
This can be both a blessing and a burden for the foodservice industry. Teen workers can help fill in shift gaps at wages that are attractive for employers. But managing teens is not without its share of potential problems. Fortunately, a little advance planning and an understanding of how to best manage your new teenage workforce can help to avoid many issues.
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Klein High School Student Katelyn Simmons applied for work at the restaurant over the weekend with the hopes of saving up money before her senior year, Click2Houston reported. One of her friends already worked at the Subway on Champion Forest Drive and, after a bit of encouragement, the soon-to-be senior agreed the job seemed a natural fit for her as well. Simmons filled out her application on Sunday and dropped it off later the same that afternoon, prompting her friend to reach out to the store manager on her behalf. By Monday, screenshots of the texts had been shared more than 17, times on social media — eventually catching the attention of Subway.