Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas to pay $720,000 in EEOC disability discrimination lawsuit

Posted on April 26, 2024

TDTG Las Vegas, LLC; Fifth Street Gaming, LLC; and DTG Las Vegas Manager, LLC, which run the Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, will pay $720,000 and take other actions to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

The Casino Resort did not provide reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities, and some employees had no choice but to quit. The EEOC also charged the company with retaliating against employees who asked for reasonable accommodations by making them deal with poor working conditions and disciplining and firing them.

The company has to pay the fine and take actions that will deal with and prevent disability discrimination in the workplace. These actions include creating ways to handle reasonable accommodation requests and disability discrimination complaints, as well as training managers and employees on disability antidiscrimination laws.

Read the EEOC press release.

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