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    • b.

      Emotional distress damages in the amount of $15,000.

    • c.

      Prejudgment interest (compounded and rounded) on the back pay in the amount of $1,310.

  • 2.

    The respondent shall cease and desist from the practice complained of concerning the complainant and concerning all employees who may or will in the future become similarly situated.

  • 3.

    The respondent shall not engage in or allow any of its employees to engage in any conduct against the complainant or any party to or participant in these proceedings in violation of General Statutes § 46a-60 (a) (4).

  • 4.

    All moneys paid to the complainant shall include post judgment interest in the amount of 10% compounded per annum to the date of payment.

  • 5.

    The respondent shall post at all Connecticut business locations the commission posters concerning equal employment in conspicuous places visible to all employees and applicants for employment (see General Statutes §§ 46a-54 (13) and 46a-60).

It is so ordered this 9th day of December 2008.

_______________________ J. Allen Kerr, Jr., Presiding Human Rights Referee

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Jane Doe Kurt Claywell Claywell Electric Alix Simonetti, Esq.

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