Daneil3144 wrote: »
It's not a secret. Just so you know I'm not making it up. The name of the company is Ramsey Solutions. They mention it on their blog and its mentioned numerous times on Glassdoor..
markulous wrote: »
Something not being protected still would look pretty bad on a company and could result in a civil suit. If someone like Wal-Mart refused to hire someone because they are homosexual, they would probably win a huge settlement.
EANx wrote: »
The EEOC provides waivers against some employment regulations for religious entities that otherwise affect every other company.
EANx wrote: »
But huge awards? Hardly. The average award is under $10,000. But that would be Walmart, not a religious organization.
TechGromit wrote: »
Not sure how this business could be considered a "religious entity", after all it's business is financial education, NOT preaching the gospel of any religious denomination.
I like the line from "6 Steps to a Good Hire", "Most companies don’t do any of these things.", probably because they most of them are illegal.
I wouldn't be so sure, the biggest EEOC settlement ever was 250 million dollars and the ten highest was over 50 million dollars, given the company has a number of blatantly obvious discrimination issues, a large class action lawsuit settlement or award isn't out of the realm of possibility. A good legal team could argue that a slap on the wrist isn't going to make this employer change there ways, only a multi-million dollar will.