Owners of Hasidic's well-known companies offered their Jewish "baby bonus" photo equipment for $ 2,000 for children, but their mixed employees did not get the same motivation, who reported the New York Post.
Video Photo B & H was prosecuted for its discriminatory practice, according to the Supreme Adaptation of the Manhattan Court.
The company is owned by Herman Schreiber of the community Satmar Hasidic, according to the Post. Many workers are higher Orthodox, a group that values great families.
"When all Jewish workers had a baby, B & H gave a bonus $ 2,000 to the employee together with two days off, but did not give a similar ruling to non-Jewish workers / Mexican when they had children, "read court papers.
A spokeswoman for Manhattan based B & H confirmed that the "baby bonus" was genuinely but much less – $ 180 per child – and offered to everyone.
"B & H workers get $ 180 when they have a baby, adopt a baby, get married or have one of their children getting married," said spokesman Michael McKeon to the Post.
Raul Pedraza, Oscar Martinez and Antonio Hernandez claim that B & H "has promoted and tolerates a wildlife environment based on the pattern and practice of discrimination based on national origin and religious discrimination," according to Jerusalem Post. The suit claims that the company "has employed Mexican immigrants to exploit them," stating they are called "goy," "animals" and "Mexican terrorist" and say that their religion is false.
They adhere for $ 200,000, a settlement they originally promised in August, according to court papers.
McKeon called the claims of "total resting" discrimination.
The Post said settlement was reached on Wednesday but did not see a copy because it was "secret." There has been nothing to file in court by Wednesday.