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Honeywell International Inc.
EEOC v. Honeywell, Inc. (Age Discrimination)
Date: 09/28/2004 (Date of Consent Decree)
Misconduct Type: Labor
Enforcement Agency: EEOC
Contracting Party: None
Court Type: Administrative
Disposition: Administrative Agreement
Synopsis: On September 28, 2004, Honeywell, Inc. and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission signed a consent decree resolving claims that Honeywell "laid off, terminated, and demoted sales managers and sales representatives in various locations nationwide because of their age...The suit was resolved with a two-year consent decree that requires defendant to pay amounts ranging from $275,000 to $475,000 (which include attorney's fees and pension benefits) to six Charging Parties, and $8,000 each to 25 class members, for a total of $2,150,000."