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Florida tomato grower settles suit filed by EEOC

Author: Amy Bennett Williams, News-Press [Florida, USA], Published on: 19 July 2012

One of the state’s major tomato growers will pay two women $150,000 and change the way it deals with harassment complaints to settle a federal lawsuit. The women, who worked in DiMare Ruskin’s Immokalee fields for three months, were sexually harassed by supervisors then fired when they complained, the suit alleged...As part of the settlement, DiMare agreed to establish a nationwide anti-harassment policy and train employees about anti-discrimination laws.

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