Man sues boss after being reassigned to the Garden State from NYC

LITTLE FALLS - A former manager at one of Manhattan's top design houses is suing his boss for $2 million after being reassigned to the Garden State.

Thomas Horodeki, 36, says he was constantly snubbed for raises and promotions at New York City's ritzy Eli Tahari because he's not Jewish like his coworkers. When he complained about it, Horodeki says he was sent to in-store boutiques in New Jersey.

Horodeki says that the combination of smog, traffic on Route 4 in Bergen County and cheesy stores in the state broke him down. He's currently on disability leave and is required by his company to seek arbitration for any grievances.

Horodeki's attorney tells News 12 New Jersey he's seeking an arbitration date.

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