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Hotel Chain Settles Discrimination Suit With Autistic Clerk

27th November 2011

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Comfort Suites will pay $132,500 to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit filed against the hotel chain on behalf of a San Diego hotel clerk with autism, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced Monday.

Tarsadia further agreed to sweeping changes, including revising its policies and procedures with respect to ADA compliance.

One of those sweeping changes, I’ll bet you, is a determination never again to hire somebody with a disability, even if it means spending whatever it takes to automate that job so as not to run any risk by hiring someone at all.

And the dimwitted wonder why companies aren’t hiring….

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