中英對照讀新聞》Facebook will pay $52 million to employees who suffered PTSD 臉書將支付5200萬美元給罹患創傷後壓力症候群的員工
Facebook has agreed to pay $52 million to current and former moderators to compensate them for mental health issues developed on the job. In a preliminary settlement filed on Friday in San Mateo Superior Court, the social network agreed to pay damages to American moderators and provide more counseling to them while they work.
Each moderator will receive a minimum of $1,000 and will be eligible for additional compensation if they are diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder or related conditions.
In September 2018, former Facebook moderator Selena Scola sued Facebook, alleging that she developed PTSD after being placed in a role that required her to regularly view photos and images of rape, murder, and suicide. Scola developed symptoms of PTSD after nine months on the job. The complaint, which was ultimately joined by several other former Facebook moderators working in four states, alleged that Facebook had failed to provide them with a safe workspace.
damages：名詞，賠償金。例句：The driver has paid damages to the victim of the accident.（這名司機已經支付賠償金給車禍受害者。）
eligible：形容詞，有資格的。例句：The company are eligible to receive subsidy.（這家公司有資格接受補助。）
ultimately：副詞，最終。例句：Mark ultimately got the gold medal in the swimming competition.（馬克最終在游泳比賽中贏得金牌。）