DALLAS The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has reached a $1 million settlement with the 11-unit Razzooâ€™s Cajun Cafe chain of Irving, Texas, in a sex-discrimination case involving male bartenders. The EEOC claimed that Razzooâ€™s refused to hire or promote men to the position of bartender in its restaurants. The company admitted no guilt and said it settled the case to avoid the expense of a trial.In the settlement, Razzooâ€™s will pay $775,000 to as many as 80 male ...
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