AC Casino Hotel Settles Discrimination Lawsuit


A hotel casino in Atlantic City has settled a discrimination lawsuit that was filed against it according to a recent report. The lawsuit had been filed against Caesar’s casino hotel in Atlantic City. The lawsuit was filed over the hotel’s hiring practices at its popular Toga Bar.
The majority of plaintiffs that were involved in the lawsuit were male bartends, and they claimed in the lawsuit that when it came to hiring they were often passed over for young female bar staff who could then be dressed in togas to reflect the theme of the hotel and the bar.

There were nineteen male bartenders and one female who were involved in the lawsuit, and a trial date has now been set to determine what sort of damages the plaintiffs would be entitled to. As part of a confidential settlement Caesar’s has not admitted any wrongdoing.

Opened in 2004, it was hoped that having goddesses as bartenders would attract a younger clientele, according to the report. However, hiring practices have now been changed, as the bar has been taken over by Harrah’s Entertainment.


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