A security company in Tacoma, Washington, has agreed to pay $ 375,000 to settle disputes in the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in a case in which a worker is alleged to have said the security work was inappropriate for a pregnant woman and was terminated.
EEOC said Oatridge Security Group Inc. workers tried several times to take back their jobs, but the company refused. After she filed an EEOC complaint about discrimination, the manager replied that she would never work for the company again, the agency said.
The EEOC accused the company of violating Section VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  Under the three-year consent decision on the trial, in addition to paying the security officer $ 375,000 in lost wages and compensation damages, the company must implement policies, procedures and education to ensure a non-discriminatory workplace in the future, among other provisions
Nancy Sienko, EEOC's Field Office Manager in Seattle, said in a statement: "Employers must take meaningful steps to ensure that such discrimination and negative stereotypes about female employees do not promoted. "
A lawyer from Oakridge could not be reached for comment. Catalog