Judge Orders Enterprise Holdings to Pay Millions in Discrimination Lawsuit

Nicole Rojas
Aug 6, 2019 - 3:00
Judge Orders Enterprise Holdings to Pay Millions in Discrimination Lawsuit

A federal judge with the Department of Labor has ordered the Baltimore-area subsidiary of Enterprise Holdings to pay more than $6.6 million in lost earnings and benefits to 2,336 African American applicants who were rejected from the company’s management trainee program.   Administrative Law Judge Morris D. Davis found the Maryland-based federal contractor engaged in “a pattern and practice of discriminating against African American applicants for these entry-level management jobs” for a period of more than 10 years, the department said in a statement. The department’s report reviewed 560 Black applicants and found that...

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