Outback to compensate server terminated due to disability
Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Apr 01, 2013 in Local
The National Law Review(4/1) reports that Outback Steakhouse "will pay $65,000 and furnish other relief to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit" brought by the EEOC after one of the company's "new managers" fired a server with a traumatic brain injury who "had worked successfully under Outback's prior manager," according to reports from the agency. NLR notes that, in addition to the payout, Outback will "revise its policies concerning disability discrimination; train its Arizona managers on the laws prohibiting disability discrimination; and post notices in Arizona Outback Steakhouses regarding employees' rights under the ADA."
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