At issue: Allegedly discriminatory hiring procedures
Abstract: When a woman was turned down for a job, she filed a lawsuit after receiving a right-to-sue letter from the EEOC. In her case, she argued that the interview process was subjective and designed to exclude women and that various statistics regarding the defendant’s workforce and hiring practices created the inference she wasn’t hired because of her gender. This article looks at the Tenth Circuit’s decision, while a sidebar delves more deeply into her claim regarding statistics. Turner v. Public Service Company of Colorado, 563 F.3d 1136 (10th Cir. Colo. 2009).