GILROY, Calif. -- Nob Hill Foods here has agreed to pay $1.3 million to settle four-year-old charges that it illegally discriminated against women and minorities in its hiring and promotion practices. entry-level bagger jobs, and also kept women from being promoted into supervisory positions. Nob Hill denied all the allegations of discrimination and said it agreed to the settlement solely to avoid the time, costs and distractions to its business of potential litigation. Under the ...

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