Restaurant workers group drops discrimination charges against Darden

Restaurant workers group drops discrimination charges against Darden

Allegations of wage improprieties still remain from the lawsuit filed in January

Racial discrimination claims against Darden Restaurants Inc. and its Capital Grille steakhouse chain have been dropped by a group representing restaurant workers, a spokesman for the Orlando, Fla.-based casual-dining company said Wednesday.

Rich Jeffers, Darden’s director of media relations and external communications, said the discrimination allegations in a lawsuit filed in January by Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United were dropped but claims of wage improprie

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