A Chick-fil-A in Concord will pay $10,000 to a woman who says the restaurant didn't hire her because she was pregnant.
Channel 9’s news partners at The Independent Tribune report that the woman claimed she answered several questions related to her pregnancy, even though she thought they were inappropriate.
She says the owner called her back three days later, and told her she wouldn't be hired and that she should call back after she'd had the baby and had child care in place.
The money will settle a lawsuit she filed last July.
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