When ruling whether discriminatory remarks qualify as "stray," courts consider whether: 1.) a supervisor issued the remark; 2.) the temporal proximity of the remark to an adverse employment decision; 3.) the discriminatory content; and 4.) whether it was related to the decision making process.
Zayas v. The Caring Community of Connecticut
U.S. District Court
October 22, 2012
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