This is what a settlement with the EEOC looks like after they sue for discrimination

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A few months ago, I blogged about a lawsuit in which the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleged that an employer denied a deaf job applicant’s accommodation request and terminated his candidacy because verbal communication and hearing were job requirements for the position in a remote setting.

Late last month, that case settled for $150,000.

But writing a check is only the beginning for this employer.

You may be wondering what else it takes to settle these EEOC lawsuits. Here’s how the EEOC described the non-monetary (equitable) relief that the employer must provide as part of the settlement:

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