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Life University Sued By EEOC for Race Discrimination and Retaliation

Two Black Employees Targeted for Discipline Because of Their Race, Then Fired for Complaining About Discrimination, Federal Agency Charges ATLANTA – Life University, Inc., the largest chiropractic college in the United States, located in Marietta, Ga., violated federal law when […]

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Ford Motor Company to Pay up to $10.125 Million To Settle EEOC Harassment Investigation

Blacks and Women Subjected to Harassment at Two Chicago Facilities, Federal Agency Found CHICAGO – Ford Motor Company has agreed to pay up to $10.125 million to settle sex and race harassment for a group of individuals which was investigated […]

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EEOC Sues Dependable Health Services For Disability Discrimination

Health Care Staffing Agency Fired Phlebotomist With Sickle-Cell Anemia, Federal Agency Charges BALTIMORE – Dependable Health Services, Inc., a health care staffing agency, violated federal law when it fired an employee with sickle-cell anemia instead of reinstating her or reassigning […]

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EEOC Sues UPS Freight for Violating the Americans With Disabilities Act

Company Treats Disabled Drivers Worse Than Drivers With DWIs, Suit Charges ST. LOUIS – UPS Freight violated federal law by treating a truck driver who was unable to drive because of a minor stroke worse than it treated drivers unable […]

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EEOC Sues Candid Lithio for Sex Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation

Female Employee Subjected to Sex Discrimination and Discharged Along with Co-Workers Associated with Her, Federal Agency Charges LAS VEGAS – Candid Lithio, a creative design services company violated federal law when they subjected a female employee to sex discrimination, sexual […]

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UPS to Pay $2 Million to Resolve Nationwide EEOC Disability Discrimination Claims

Shipping Giant’s Rigid Leave Policies Forced Out Employees Who Needed Accommodations, Federal Agency Charged CHICAGO – International shipping giant United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS) has agreed to pay $2 million to nearly 90 current and former UPS employees to resolve […]

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EEOC Sues AT&T Pacific Bell for Disability Discrimination

Company Failed to Provide Interpreter for Deaf Employee, Federal Agency Charges FRESNO, Calif. – AT&T Pacific Bell, a California telecommunications company, violated federal law when it denied an employee’s request for a sign language interpreter, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity […]

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R&L Carriers, Inc. and R&L Shared Services, LLC Sued by EEOC for Sex-based Discrimination

Companies Refused to Hire Qualified Females as Dockworkers and Loaders, Federal Agency Charges INDIANPOLIS – Wilmington, Ohio based companies, R&L Carriers, Inc. and R&L Shared Services, LLC, refused to hire qualified females as dockworkers/loaders in violation of federal law, the […]

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Eagle Parking Sued by EEOC for Sex and Age Discrimination

Manager Refused to Hire a 60-Year Old Female Applicant Because of His Belief That She Could Not Handle the ‘Physicality’ of the Job, Federal Agency Charges ATLANTA – Eagle Parking, LLC., a full-service parking management company headquartered in Atlanta, violated […]

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EEOC Sues CSX Transportation for Company-Wide Sex Discrimination

Railroad Subjected Class of Female Workers to Unlawful Physical Abilities Testing, Federal Agency Charges HUNTINGTON, W.V. – CSX Transportation, Inc., a provider of rail-based transportation services with operations throughout the eastern half of the United States, violated federal law by […]

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