EEOC Roundup: 4 Settlements You May Have Missed

Law360 (May 15, 2020, 6:52 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently struck an $825,000 deal with a car seat frame manufacturer to end a suit accusing it of failing to hire more than a dozen workers from a predecessor because they had taken too much leave and sick time.

Here, Law360 looks at a handful of the EEOC's most notable settlements over the past month.

EEOC v. Faurecia Automotive Seating

The EEOC won approval on May 12 from a Mississippi federal judge for a settlement it reached with Faurecia Automotive Seating alleging it improperly screened people who had worked for predecessor Johnson Controls Inc. based...

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