ChemArt settles with DOJ over discrimination and retaliation complaint

THE DOJ has reached a settlement with ChemArt folloing an investigation of a complaint of a discriminatory hiring practice and retaliation. AP FILE PHOTO/J. DAVID AKE
BARBARA LEVY, 50, of Portsmouth, was sentenced by U.S. Senior District Court Judge Douglas P. Woodlock to 32 months in prison embezzlement and tax fraud AP FILE PHOTO / J. DAVID AKE
PROVIDENCE – The U.S. Department of Justice has reached a settlement with ChemArt Co., a Rhode Island-based manufacturing company, over claims of discrimination and retaliation, the DOJ announced on Wednesday, The department said it began an investigation after a worker filed a complaint against the company. The DOJ found that the company had offered the…

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