The restaurant chain known for its scantily clad waitresses agreed to pay $3.75 million to settle a sexual discrimination lawsuit brought by men turned down for jobs because of their gender. The settlement allows Hooters to continue luring customers with an exclusively female.
Hooters avoids hiring men as servers. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act lets companies discriminate on the basis of "religion, sex, or national.
Sex-based discrimination happens to men, women and transsexual employees alike. It can even happen while employers are seeking to hire a.
There have been sex discrimination challenges to their hiring practices but they typically fail. The reason is that Hooters' business model is built on having.