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EEOC Files Class Genetic Information Discrimination Suit Against Corning Rehab Center

Founders Pavilion Violated Federal Law by Asking for Genetic Information From Applicants and Employees, Federal Agency Charges NEW YORK – The Founders Pavilion, Inc., a Corning, N.Y., nursing and rehabilitation center, violated federal law by asking for genetic information during […]

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EEOC Settles Sex Harassment and Retaliation Suit Against Grace Church and Episcopal Diocese of L.I.

Suit Charged That Interim Rector Subjected Women to Groping and Sexual Remarks NEW YORK – Grace Episcopal Church of Whitestone, Inc., a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island, will pay $192,500 to settle a sex harassment and retaliation […]

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America’s Largest Onion Grower to Pay $150k to Settle EEOC Harassment and Retaliation Suit

River  Point Farms Supervisor Reinforced Domestic Abuse, Federal Agency Charged PENDLETON – A Hermiston, Ore., farm which calls itself America’s  largest onion grower will pay $150,000 to a female worker and provide other  relief to settle a sexual harassment and […]

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Bonjanles’ Frachise Settles Religious Discrmination Suit

Bojangles’ Franchise Sued by EEOC For Religious Discrimination Charlotte Restaurant Fired Muslim for Not Cutting His Beard, Which His Religion Forbids, Federal Agency Charges CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Bo-Cherry, Inc., a North Carolina corporation that operates several Bojangles’ restaurants in the […]

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Class Action Age Discrmination Suit Settled

Village of North Syracuse and Towns of Cicero and Clay Settle EEOC Age Discrimination Suit Older Volunteer Firefighters Denied Service Credit Due to Ageism, Federal Agency Charged NEW YORK – The Village of North Syracuse, the Town of Cicero and […]

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Health Services Company settles Disability Discrimination Lawsuit

Dependable Health Services to Pay $40,000 to Settle EEOC Disability Discrimination Lawsuit Former Administrative Assistant Fired After Experiencing Stroke-Like Symptoms, Federal Agency Said SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio-based Dependable Health Services, Inc. (DHS), which provides contract workers to U.S. military […]

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Waffles restaurant settles Retaliation Claim for $25,000.00

East Coast Waffles Settles EEOC Lawsuit for Retaliation Federal Agency Charged Restaurant Fired Employee for Complaining About Customer Harassment TAMPA, Fla. – East Coast Waffles, Inc., an Atlanta-based company which owns and operates more than 100 Waffle House restaurants in […]

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Day & Zimmerman Resolve EEOC Racial Discrimination Claims for $190,000

Day & Zimmerman Resolve EEOC Racial Discrimination Claims for $190,000 African-American Employee Consistently Harassed by Day & Zimmerman Manager, Fired After Making Many Complaints, Federal Agency Charges NEW YORK – The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Day & Zimmerman […]

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University School of Milwaukee to Pay $37,500 in EEOC Pregnancy Discrimination Suit

MILWAUKEE – A Milwaukee K-12 school will pay $37,500 and  furnish other relief to settle a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S.  Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the agency announced today. According to the EEOC’s suit,  University School of […]

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Colorado Potato Warehouse Pays $255,000 to Settle EEOC Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Ten  Female Potato Sorters Sexually Harassed by Same Supervisor Over Six-Year Period, Federal  Agency Charged DENVER – The Spud Seller, Inc., a potato wholesaler in the  San Luis Valley outside of Monte Vista, Colo., has agreed to pay $255,000 and  […]

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