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Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino to Pay $720,000 in EEOC Disability Discrimination and Retaliation Lawsuit

asino Resort Settles Charges That It Failed to Provide Reasonable Accommodations to Employees With DisabilitiesLAS VEGAS – DTG Las Vegas, LLC; Fifth Street Gaming, LLC; and DTG Las Vegas Manager, LLC, which operate the Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino in […]

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DHL to Pay $8.7 Million in EEOC Race Discrimination Lawsuit

Federal Agency Charged That Delivery Company Assigned Black Drivers to More Dangerous and Arduous WorkCHICAGO – Delivery company DHL will pay $8.7 million and be subject to the oversight of a court-appointed monitor to settle a class race discrimination lawsuit […]

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EEOC Sues New York Beer Project for Discriminating Against Employees Because of Their Medical Conditions

Federal Agency Charges Restaurant Refused to Schedule and Ultimately Fired Two Employees Who Were Fully Able to WorkROCHESTER, N.Y. – New York Beer Project, LLC, which operates a restaurant, brewery, and beer hall in Victor, New York, violated federal law […]

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EEOC Sues Sureste Property Group for Race Discrimination

Federal Agency Charges Real Estate Operating Company Fired Black Employee Because of His RaceATLANTA – Sureste Property Group and its divisions, Sureste Property Services and Sureste Development Group, an integrated real estate operating company and asset management firm, violated federal […]

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Kristen M. Foslid Appointed Regional Attorney of the EEOC’s Miami District Office

MIAMI – Kristen M. Foslid, a 14-year attorney with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), was appointed regional attorney for EEOC’s Miami District effective April 21, the federal agency announced today. As regional attorney, Foslid will lead the district’s […]

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Red Robin to Pay $600,000 in EEOC Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Settles Federal Charges the Casual Dining Chain Allowed Female Employees, including a Teen, to be Sexually Harassed, Retaliated Against, and Forced to ResignEVERETT, Wash. – Restaurant chain Red Robin International, Inc. agreed to pay $600,000 to four former employees and […]

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Sprouts Farmers Market Resolves EEOC Discrimination Charge

Federal Investigation Determined Grocery Subjected Employees to Sexual Harassment and RetaliationLOS ANGELES – Sprouts Farmers Market, a national grocery chain featuring natural foods, has settled a federal charge of sex discrimination including sexual harassment and retaliation filed with the U.S. […]

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Vicars Powersports to Pay $75,000 in EEOC Sex Discrimination Lawsuit

Federal Agency Charges Dealership Fired Female Manager and Replaced Her With Less Experienced MaleST. LOUIS – Vicars Powersports, a McAlester, Oklahoma retailer of motorsports vehicles, will pay $75,000 and furnish other relief to settle a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission […]

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Urbana School District No. 116 to Pay $206,301 in EEOC Age Discrimination Lawsuit

Settlement Follows Court Order Finding the District Limited Compensation of Teachers Based on AgeCHICAGO – Urbana School District No. 116 agreed to pay $206,301 to settle an age discrimination lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the federal […]

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Eagle Marine Services to Pay $45,000 in EEOC Disability Lawsuit

Settles Federal Charges That Marine Services Company Refused to Hire or Accommodate Worker Because of His Prescribed MedicationNEW ORLEANS – Eagle Marine Services Electrical and Refrigeration, LLC, a marine services company based in Berwick, Louisiana, has agreed to pay a […]

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