Venezuelan Immigrant Sues Procter & Gamble, Alleging Discriminatory Hiring Practices
Putative class action in Florida alleges consumer goods giant relied on immigration status to reject intern applicant.
Venezuelan native David Rodriguez says Procter & Gamble rejected him from a paid internship because of his immigration status, despite being authorized to work in the U.S., according to a lawsuit he filed Monday in Florida federal court.
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