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B&H Photo Will Pay $3.2M to Settle Department of Labor Lawsuit

The Department's February 2016 suit outlined 15 violations, from discriminatory hiring practices to racially segregated bathrooms, at B&H Photo's warehouse in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The post B&H Photo Will Pay $3.2M to Settle Department of Labor Lawsuit appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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