The candidate in question suffer from disabilities
that could cause loss of consciousness.
The EEOC claims that a Northwest company policy prohibits hiring people with insulin-dependent diabetes or epilepsy that requiring anti-seizure medication, for jobs as airplane cleaners and baggage handlers, according to Reuters.
Northwest disputes the discrimination charges, noting that the applicants sought jobs that would involve working with, and in the vicinity of, heavy equipment involved in passenger loading and fueling operations.
The plaintiffs in the class action include two applicants in Minneapolis, one in Detroit and others not identified.
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