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$70,000 Resolves Allegations Employer Demoted Employee for Pregnancy, Fired and Sued Her for Complaining

Carolina Creek Christian Camp, Inc., a Huntsville, Texas-area business offering summer camping and retreats, will pay $70,000 and furnish other relief to settle a pregnancy and disability discrimin­ation lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
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Award for Employee Fired After "Wetting Self" Reinstated; Incontinence was Disability

The Texas Supreme Court reinstated a jury verdict in favor of a school bus monitor who suffered from congestive heart failure and incontinence, and who was fired after he involuntarily urinated in his pants following a bus driver’s refusal to stop at a gas station so he could use the restroom.
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Refusal to Delay Employee Start Date due to Religious Holiday was Unlawful

XPO Last Mile, Inc, violated Title VII when it refused to hire a man who could not work on Rosh Hashanah due to his religious beliefs, according to a lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
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