You need to be proactive to avoid possibly costly charges of discrimination.
Earlier This Year, Tavern on the Green, the sparkling jewel of New York City's Central Park, agreed to a $2.2 million settlement of a sexual and racial discrimination lawsuit brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). While a denial of wrongdoing was part of the agreement, working conditions at the restaurant will change: The EEOC pact calls for a new hotline for discrimination complaints, a revised policy against discrimination and retaliation and a fresh round of ...
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