MINNEAPOLIS — Nash Finch Co. has agreed to pay $188,500 in back wages and interest to 84 women who were rejected for entry level positions at the distributor’s Lumberton, N.C., warehouse, the U.S. Department of Labor said. The settlement ends a dispute brought against Nash Finch by the labor department’s Office of Federal Compliance Programs, which enforces affirmative action and equal employment opportunity requirements for companies that do business with the federal ...

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