TTI Inc., a federal contractor that manufactures and distributes electrical components, agreed to pay $650,000 in back pay and interest to resolve allegations it systemically discriminated against African American and male applicants at two of its Fort Worth, TX locations.
In a conciliation agreement that resolves a compliance evaluation that began in 2014, TTI Inc. denies wrongdoing but will provide job opportunities to 50 African American and male applicants at two locations. The Company must also provide seven job opportunities to African Americans at its another location as they become available within the organization. Under the agreement, TTI Inc. will take measures to ensure its personnel practices, hiring process, record keeping, and internal auditing procedures meet federal requirements. Read more about the agreement here.
OFCCP Regional Director Melissa Speer said, “The U.S. Department of Labor is committed to working with employers to resolve compliance issues. This agreement with TTI Inc. ensures the company has the tools in place to comply with federal hiring and equal employment opportunity laws.”