Sex-bias Suit Settled for $15M

C.H. Robinson admits no liability; women alleged pay, hiring inequity.

September 20, 2006

Copyrighted 2006 by the Pioneer Press.  Posted by permission. 

Former and current female employees of C.H. Robinson Worldwide will share in a $15 million settlement ordered by a federal judge Tuesday, ending a 4-year-old case alleging gender discrimination in pay and promotion.

C.H. Robinson admits no liability; women alleged pay, hiring inequity.
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