EEOC reaches $31,000 settlement with Laurel company

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has a reached a $31,000 settlement with Protocall Communications Inc. to resolve claims that the Laurel-based marketing company discriminated against an employee with dyslexia, the federal agency announced Tuesday. Protocall Communications brought in the employee for a three-day training program, which included reading a script. The trainer was concerned about ...

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