C.H. Robinson Worldwide Will Pay $15 Million to Settle Sex Discrimination Suit

C.H. Robinson Worldwide, a transportation and logistics company, has reached a tentative $15 million dollar settlement with former and current women employees over allegations of gender discrimination in pay and promotion. The company disclosed the proposed settlement in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Wednesday. The plaintiff's lawsuit alleged that the company was rife with sexual discrimination and that women were subject to a hostile work environment. The lawsuit also charged gender discrimination in pay and promotion.Categories:SexualHarassment