On-Going EEOC Discrimination Settlements

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission handles cases of employers who discriminate against employees for a variety of reasons. Federal law requires that employers do not discriminate against any current or potential employees. When an employee or a group of employees believe they are being discriminated against, they may report it to the EEOC.

Currently, there are a variety of EEOC settlements and lawsuits that are taking place against major companies who have discriminated against their employees. Below are some of the companies that are currently involved in a lawsuit.

Texas Roadhouse: Failed to hire anyone aged 40 or older for jobs in the front of the restaurant

Lowe’s Home Centers: Fired employees for taking more than the maximum amount of leave available

FedEx: Discriminated against current, future, and former Package Handlers for being hard-of-hearing or deaf

USPS: Discrimination against employees who have a disability and need permanent rehabilitation

Bass Pro Shops: Failure to hire Hispanics/Latinos and African-Americans

Mavis Discount Tire: Failure to hire women in multiple job categories

If you believe that you work for an employer who is discriminating against you, you should consult with an experienced employment attorney who can help defend your rights and fight for justice. Contact our firm today.

The dedicated and compassionate attorneys at Vigilante Law Firm, P.C. would be happy to provide you with assistance in your case and help you recover the compensation you are entitled to. Contact us today to schedule a consultation so we can assess the specific circumstances surrounding your lawsuit.

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