WASHINGTON D.C. — The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission here said Wal-Mart has agreed to pay $440,000 to settle a federal harassment lawsuit by 10 employees who said they endured ethnic slurs and derogatory remarks on a daily basis while working at a Sam's Club in Fresno, Calif. Nine of the plaintiffs were of Mexican descent and one was married to a Mexican, while the alleged harasser was a Mexican-American co-worker, the Associated Press reported. The plaintiffs said they initially ...
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