An administrative law judge (ALJ) ordered Enterprise RAC Company of Baltimore LLC to pay out “$6,645,444 in lost earnings and benefits to 2,336 African-American applicants for the company’s management trainee program.” Then you add interest, and the cost of giving jobs to applicants they previously rejected, and your total now stands at $16.3 million dollars.
When the lawsuit was filed in 2016, Enterprise RAC spokeswoman, Christine Cavallini said, in an email to the Baltimore Sun, “We’re disappointed that, after all this time, the Department of Labor has apparently chosen to ignore the evidence and proceed with this action. We work hard to ensure that our workforce mirrors the diversity of the communities we serve. That’s why we are moving immediately to defend against the Department’s decision.”
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