Facebook to pay up to US$14.25 million to settle US employment discrimination claims

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Facebook to pay up to US$14.25 million to settle US employment discrimination claims

Accused of giving hiring preferences to temporary workers.

Facebook has agreed to pay up to US$14.25 million (A$19 million) to settle civil claims by the US government that the social media company discriminated against American workers and violated federal recruitment rules, US officials said. The two related settlements were announced by the Justice ...

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