A Hampton Inn franchise in Craig, Colorado consented to spend $85,000 to eliminate a competition and origin that is national lawsuit concerning the terminations of three Caucasian and non-Latino workers
In accordance with the lawsuit, the manager that is general of resort presumably had been told through the business enterprise owners “to employ more qualified maids, and they preferred maids become Hispanic because within their opinion Hispanics worked harder” and that White or non-Hispanic employees were indolent. EEOC v. Century Shree Corp. & Century Rama Inc., Case.
An Indianapolis resort consented to spend $355,000 to be in work discrimination situation utilizing the EEOC
The Hampton Inn is accused of firing Ebony housekeepers for their competition and retaliating against those that had reported. Based on the EEOC, the manager that is general of Hampton Inn resort recommended her employees that she desired to get “Mexicans” in that would clean better and grumble lower than her black colored housekeeping staff, regardless if the Hispanic hires were similarly or less qualified than Ebony applicants. The hotel must offer three of those employees their next available housekeeping positions and train any employees involved in the hiring process in addition to the monetary relief. EEOC v. Brand Brand Brand Brand Brand New Indianapolis Hotels, Inc., Case.