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Alsco Inc.

Alsco Inc., a linen and uniform services company, will pay $7,758.00 to resolve allegations of placement discrimination at its Charlotte, NC facility.  A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 22 qualified women who were hired into lower paying Operative positions. Alsco Inc. denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. Under the agreement, Alsco Inc., will also extend five job opportunities.

Colonial Parking, Inc.

Colonial Parking, Inc., a parking services company, will pay $247,962.82 to resolve allegations of hiring and pay discrimination at its Washington, DC facilities. A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 20 Black applicants who applied for Program Manager positions and 54 Black employees who were paid a lower hourly rate in the Valet Attendant job title. Colonial Parking, Inc. denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. Under the agreement, Colonial Parking, Inc. will also extend three job opportunities and implement corrective actions in their hiring selection procedures, training and compensation policies and practice. Colonial Parking will examine, monitor and modify its selection procedures as necessary to ensure that the selection criteria are applied uniformly. Colonial Parking will conduct mandatory training for all human resources personnel, managers, and supervisors employed by Colonial Parking during the life of this Agreement who were involved in the selection process for all positions including the Project Manager positions and compensation decisions for all positions including Valet Attendant.

Chemonics International, Inc.

Chemonics International, Inc., a firm that promotes economic development in five regions around the world, will pay $482,243.85 to resolve allegations of hiring discrimination at its Washington, D.C. facility. A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 124 qualified African–Americans who applied for Associate A positions in the company’s Regional Business Unit but were not hired. Chemonics International denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. Under the agreement, Chemonics International will also extend eight job opportunities, train all personnel involved in recruitment and selection for Associate A vacancies, and monitor selection rates at each step in its selection process for Associate A’s.

Folgers Coffee Company

Folgers Coffee Company, a producer of retail-packaged coffee products, will pay $200,000 to resolve allegations of hiring discrimination at its New Orleans, LA facility. A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 677 blacks who applied for Entry Level Technician positions and were not hired. Folgers Coffee Company denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. Under the agreement, Folgers Coffee Company will also extend 21 job opportunities. Additionally, each Eligible Class Member hired shall receive a one-time payment of $500, less legal deductions required by law (such as federal, state and/or local taxes and FICA), in lieu of retroactive seniority. As such, $10,500 will be set aside from the total monetary settlement for this purpose.

Hewlett–Packard

Hewlet–Packard Company, a multinational technology company, will pay $750,000 to resolve allegations hiring discrimination at its Conway, AR facility. A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 348 African Americans, 1 American Indian, 109 Asians, 45 Hispanics and 1 Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander and were not hired. Hewlett–Packard Company denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. Under the agreement, Hewlett-Packard Company will also extend 33 job opportunities offers.

Jennie-O Turkey Store Inc.,

Jennie–O Turkey Store Inc., a turkey processing and distribution facility, will pay $491,861.14 to resolve allegations of hiring discrimination at its Wilmar, MN, facility. A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 339 qualified females that applied for Laborer positions. Jennie–O denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Consent Decree filed with the Office of Administrative Law Judges. Under the agreement, Jennie–O will also extend 53 job opportunities.

Murray Guard Inc.

Murray Guard, Inc., a security services company, will pay $200,000 to resolve allegations of hiring discrimination at its Atlanta, GA facility.  A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 114 qualified women who applied for Security Officer positions and were not hired. Murray Guard denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. Under the agreement, Murray Guard will also extend 16 job opportunities.

Norfolk Southern Corporation

Norfolk Southern Corporation, a Virginia base company with common stock of Freight Line–Haul Railroads, will pay up to $492,000 to resolve allegations of hiring discrimination at its Roanoke, VA, facility. A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against Black qualified applicants who applied laborer positions were not hired. Norfolk Southern Corporation denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. Under the Conciliation Agreement, Norfolk Southern will also extend seven job opportunities.

Sears, Roebuck and Co.

Sears, Roebuck and Co. (Sears), a leading retail store brand, will pay $107,500 to resolve allegations of hiring discrimination at its now–closed Mobile, Alabama facility. A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 1,064 qualified Black applicants who were not hired for Sales positions. Sears denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. Under the agreement, Sears will also extend 12 job opportunities at other stores in the Mobile metropolitan area and revise its selection procedures to ensure that this violation does not recur.

Tyson Foods, Inc. 9188

Tyson Foods, Inc., a producer of various protein-based and prepared food products, will pay $1.6 million to resolve allegations of hiring discrimination at six locations across the country, including $210,266.94 at the Tyson Foods, Inc. 9188 Houston, TX location. A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 726 males and 230 blacks who applied for Laborer positions and were not hired. Tyson Foods, Inc. denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. Under the agreement, the company will also extend 64 job opportunities to male and black applicants who were not hired at the Tyson Foods, Inc. 9188 Houston, TX location.

Tyson Foods, Inc. 9250

Tyson Foods, Inc., a producer of various protein-based and prepared food products, will pay $1.6 million to resolve allegations of hiring discrimination at six locations across the country, including $427,104.72 at the Tyson Foods, Inc. 9250 Sherman, TX location. A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 622 blacks, 351 Hispanics, 76 Native Americans, and 1,518 whites that applied for Laborer positions and were not hired. Tyson Foods, Inc. denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. The company has an obligation to hire 130 class members into Laborer positions which has already been completed.

Tyson Foods, Inc. 9022

Tyson Foods, Inc., a producer of various protein-based and prepared food products, will pay $1.6 million to resolve allegations of hiring discrimination at six locations across the country, including $147,843.94 at the Tyson Foods, Inc. 9022 Russellville, AR location. A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 119 females and 30 blacks and 217 whites who applied for Laborer positions and were not hired. Tyson Foods, Inc. denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. Under the agreement, the company will also extend 45 job opportunities to female, black, and white applicants who were not hired at the Tyson Foods, Inc. 9022 Russellville, AR location.

Tyson Foods, Inc. 9017

Tyson Foods, Inc., a producer of various protein-based and prepared food products, will pay $1.6 million to resolve allegations of hiring discrimination at six locations across the country, including $32,854.21 at the Tyson Foods, Inc. 9017 Rogers, AR location. A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 51 Asian and eight black applicants who applied for Laborer positions and were not hired. Tyson Foods, Inc. 9017 denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. The company has an obligation to hire 10 class members into Laborer positions which has already been completed.

Tyson Foods, Inc. 9181

Tyson Foods, Inc., a producer of various protein-based and prepared food products, will pay $1.6 million to resolve allegations of hiring discrimination at six locations across the country, including $42,710.47 at the Tyson Foods, Inc. 9181 Santa Teresa, NM location. A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 92 females who applied for Laborer positions, in 2007, and were not hired. Tyson Foods, Inc. denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. The Santa Teresa, NM facility is closed; therefore there are no hiring obligations.

Tyson Foods, Inc. 9197

Tyson Foods, Inc., a producer of various protein-based and prepared food products, will pay $1.6 million to resolve allegations of hiring discrimination at six locations across the country, including $739,219.71 at the Tyson Foods, Inc. 9197 Amarillo, TX location. A compliance review by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs found that the federal contractor discriminated against 698 females and 533 blacks, 931 Hispanics, and 434 whites who applied for Laborer positions and were not hired. Tyson Foods, Inc. denies those claims but has agreed to resolve the issue through a Conciliation Agreement. Under the agreement, the company will also extend 225 job opportunities to female, black, Hispanic, and white applicants who were not hired at the Tyson Foods, Inc. 9197 Amarillo, TX location.