B&H Slapped With Second Federal Discrimination Suit In Nine Years

"For the second time in nine years, the owners of B&H Photo Video, a popular electronics store in Manhattan, have been sued by the federal government for discriminating against Hispanic workers. On Wednesday, the federal Labor Department announced that it had filed suit against B&H for hiring only Hispanic men into entry-level jobs in a Brooklyn warehouse and then subjecting them to harassment and unsanitary conditions."
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The federal Labor Department has filed suit against New York tech institution B&H Photo Video for hiring only Hispanic men into entry-level warehouse jobs and then subjecting them to harassment and unsanitary conditions.

"For the second time in nine years, the owners of B&H Photo Video, a popular electronics store in Manhattan, have been sued by the federal government for discriminating against Hispanic workers. On Wednesday, the federal Labor Department announced that it had filed suit against B&H for hiring only Hispanic men into entry-level jobs in a Brooklyn warehouse and then subjecting them to harassment and unsanitary conditions."

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