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BJ’s warehouse store settles $100K discrimination suit

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BJ’s Wholesale Club will pay $100,000 to settle an EEOC lawsuit. The manager of the company’s Homestead store, who is Cuban-American, allegedly subjected a black employee and a Puerto Rican employee to numerous racial slurs.

Massachusetts-based BJ’s operates 13 warehouse clubs in south Florida.

Advice: Adopt a written anti-discrimination policy, and make sure all managers and supervisors receive training on how to follow it. 

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