Federal contractors resolve $2.5m race and gender discrimination claims
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Big-name federal contractors AstraZeneca, IBM, Regus, Thomson Reuters, and Aecom have entered into conciliation agreements with the US Department of Labor to settle allegations of race and gender-based discrimination collectively totalling more than $2.5m.

A routine federal compliance investigation found that between 2015 and 2016, UK-headquartered AstraZeneca failed to comply with Executive Order 11246, which prohibits race and gender discrimination by federal contractors.


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