EEOC sues Ruby Tuesday on behalf of male employees

EEOC sues Ruby Tuesday on behalf of male employees

Suit claims operator discriminated when hiring for temporary assignments

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing Ruby Tuesday Inc. on behalf of male job candidates, claiming workplace sex discrimination, according to a suit filed last Thursday in federal district court in Eugene, Ore.

The suit claims that the Maryville, Tenn.-based casual-dining operator discriminated against male employees when hiring for “coveted” temporary assignments in the resort town of Park City, Utah.

The federal agency alleged that in spring 2013,

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