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EEOC Verdicts and Settlements — December 2010

Published by on February 14, 2011

Our update on EEOC verdicts and settlements from December 2010 after the break. KA – A federal security contractor will pay $1.62 million to settle a pregnancy discrimination suit brought by the EEOC on behalf of a class of female security guards who alleged they were forced to take leave and then discharged because of […]

Our update on EEOC verdicts and settlements from December 2010 after the break.

KA – A federal security contractor will pay $1.62 million to settle a pregnancy discrimination suit brought by the EEOC on behalf of a class of female security guards who alleged they were forced to take leave and then discharged because of their pregnancy.

AZ – An upscale steakhouse chain agreed to pay $248,750 to settle a same-sex sexual harassment suit brought on behalf of three male employees who alleged they were subject to sexual abuse by the restaurant’s head chef.

NV – The Sahara Hotel & Casino will pay $100,000 to settle a national origin harassment and retaliation suit brought on behalf of an employee who alleged he was subject to harassment by his supervisors and co-workers because of his Egyptian heritage and then retaliated against for complaining about the harassment.

CO – A hotel management company will pay $105,000 to settle a sex discrimination suit brought on behalf of a female employee who alleged she was denied a promotion because she was a single mother of two young children.

NC – A security services company agreed to pay $65,000 to settle a sexual harassment and retaliation suit brought on behalf of a female security guard who alleged she was subject to sexual harassment by her supervisor and another male guard.

MI – Patton Archery Manufacturing, Inc. agreed to pay $21,000 to settle a sexual harassment suit brought by the EEOC on behalf of three female employees who alleged they were subject to a sexually hostile work environment.

MD – A senior care center will pay $150,000 to settle a race discrimination suit alleging that the company engaged in a practice of assigning caregivers based on their clients’ racial preferences.

WA – United Airlines agreed to settle a disability discrimination suit for $600,000 brought on behalf of a group of employees who alleged they were denied reduced hourly work schedules as a reasonable accommodation for their disabilities.

WI – A staffing company will pay $20,000 to settle a race discrimination suit brought on behalf of a Native American employee who alleged she was harassed because of her race and forced to resign.

NV – CasaBlanca Resort & Casino agreed to pay $60,000 to settle an age discrimination suit brought on behalf of two sales managers who alleged they were laid off when their positions were eliminated, and then replaced by younger employees two months later.

WI – Omnicare, Inc. will pay $195,000 to settle a sex discrimination suit brought on behalf of a class of female employees who alleged they sexually harassed by their manager.

AK – A healthcare company will pay $88,422 to settle a pregnancy discrimination suit brought on behalf of former employee who alleged she was fired because she was pregnant.  As part of the settlement, the company also agreed to reinstate the employee to her former position.

NC – The operator of a Subway restaurant agreed to pay $55,000 in settlement of a sexual harassment suit brought on behalf of two female employees who alleged they were sexually harassed by their manager.

NE – An assisted living facility will pay $10,000 to settle a disability discrimination suit brought on behalf of a hearing-impaired nursing assistant who alleged she was refused temporary placement because of her disability.

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