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EEOC files discrimination lawsuit against Affiliated Computer Services and Alpha Rae Personnel

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a disability discrimination lawsuit against Dallas-based Affiliated Computer Services Inc. and Alpha Rae Personnel Inc., which is based in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

The EEOC claims that the companies unlawfully discriminated against and fired an employee who suffers from physical disabilities “that were known to the company and its staffing agency.”

EEOC files discrimination lawsuit against Affiliated Computer Services and Alpha Rae Personnel
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  2. Chris King says:

    I’ve worked with Alpha Rae for years. I find it really interesting that in Alpha Rae’s entire history, they’ve been involved in only 2 issues and both of them have to do with the same person.

  3. Alex Koch says:

    It sounds like Alpha Rae just got caught in the middle. I’ve used their services twice. They’re a minority owned business that stands up for anti-discrimination issues. They are actually pretty well known for that. This doesn’t even make sense.

  4. Angel Armstrong says:

    Our company outsources HR to Alpha Rae and they are fine. They were picked specifically because of their ability to handle disadvantaged and minority issues. Agree with Koch – they’re caught in the middle here.

  5. Angel Armstrong says:

    Alpha Rae is just fine. They are a great company that were caught in the middle between a bunch of bureaucrats and a not so great employer. If you have used them before, this story doesn’t even make sense. I love the way the EEOC pushes out a story like this, just to tout their worth. All at the expense of one of the few businesses that is trying to help our economy right now!

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