USF Holland to pay $700,000 for race bias at Nashville plant

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Two black employees working in the Nashville plant of Michigan-based USF Holland recently won $350,000 each in a race-discrimination lawsuit.

The employees endured harassment for several years, including being referred to as “boy,” finding nooses hung in the docking areas and having their equipment sabotaged.

The $700,000 lesson: Posting anti-discrimination policies isn’t enough—managers have to enforce them. 

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