Female Employees Granted Class Action against Ruth's Chris Steak House

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Washington, DC: Ruth' Chris Steak House is facing a sex discrimination class action brought by four former and current employees who allege they were discriminated against for pay and promotions.

The women's jobs ranged from national sales manager to bar tender, and they brought the suit in October 2010. The United States District Court for the District of Columbia has now granted the plaintiffs the right to add class action claims to the lawsuit.

The plaintiffs also allege that they suffered sexual advances in the work environment at the steak house chain, including physical groping, sexual innuendo and retaliation against those who complained or reported sexual harassment.

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