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B&H Photo to pay $3.22 million to settle discrimination case

In February 2016, the Department of Labor sued B&H Foto & Electronics Corp. (or B&H Photo) for discrimination against multiple groups. A year and a half later, they have agreed to pay $3.22 million to settle the case. As the Department of Labor writes, B&H states that they “employ an incredibly diverse group of people.” […] The post B&H Photo to pay $3.22 million to settle discrimination case appeared first on DIY Photography.
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