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The EEOC filed a lawsuit against Outback there in 2006, claiming that female workers were denied favorable jobs which prevented them from advancing to profit-sharing management positions.
Outback has also agreed to institute an online application system for managerial positions and hire a human resources executive for a new position called vice president of people. It also agreed to hire a consultant to monitor its compliance with the settlement and to report back to the EEOC on how it's doing every six month.
Outback didn't acknowledge any wrongdoing and parent company OSI Restaurant Partners said settling the suit with insurance funds was better than spending time and money on litigation.
Restaurant Partners' new CEO, Liz Smith, said the company doesn't tolerate any form of discrimination and that she is committed to "very compelling and rewarding employment opportunities for all individuals."
Under the settlement, the $19 million will be distributed to women who have worked at corporately owned Outbacks for at least three years since 2002. Letters will be sent to them telling them of the settlement.
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