Our entry of June 29, 2010 reported on a staffing company (Spencer Reed) which entered into a “consent decree”  to settle a case filed by the EEOC under Title VII
Continue Reading Another Staffing Company Pays a Stiff Price for Not Training Its Managers and Employees

In 2009, the EEOC sued the employment staffing firm of Spencer Reed Group in a federal court in Georgia on behalf of an older, white former employee, Diane Coleman, who
Continue Reading The Case for Preventive Law: Employment Staffing Firm Pays $125,000 to Settle Discrimination Lawsuit

As many pundits expected, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is stepping up its litigation of discrimination claims. In one week, the EEOC settled two lawsuits totaling $180,000. Although

Continue Reading EEOC remains active: settles suits against Staffing Agency and Motorbike Dealership involving Title VII and ADEA (age) discrimination claims