BaronHR to pay $2.2 million in EEOC hiring discrimination lawsuit

Posted on April 24, 2024

The staffing agency BaronHR, LLC will pay $2.2 million and will have to change its employment practices to prevent future discriminatory hiring nationally.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) brought the lawsuit on behalf of a class of Black, Asian, white, and other non-Hispanic workers, male and female workers, and workers with disabilities who were discriminated against in hiring.

To learn more, see the EEOC news brief.



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