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Posted 2 years ago in Labor and Employment by Michele Bowman  
EEOC Smacks NC Printer for Pro-Hispanic Discrimination

A North Carolina printing company is paying $334,000 to make the EEOC go away after the agency charged it with national-origin discrimination against “non-Hispanic” temporary workers. The EEOC said PBM Graphics “violated federal law by refusing to place and/or assign non-Hispanic workers to its ‘core group’ of regular temporary workers.”    Hispanics Favored as Temp Workers Beginning in 2003, PBM – a printing company with a fluctuating workload that uses a lot of temporary employees – told a “core group” of …

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