Wayne-based Crothall Healthcare will pay more than $88,000 to settle aclaim brought on behalf of an employee working in Arkansas.
According to the EEOC, Crothall fired a housekeeper at the Arkansas State Hospital in Little Rock after it discovered she was pregnant. That violated the.
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