Target has agreed to a settlement over allegations that the national retailer’s hiring practices unfairly affected African-American and Latino job applicants.

Target’s hiring process since 2001 required a criminal background check. Candidates with certain misdemeanor and felony convictions that involved violence, theft or drugs were automatically rejected. Candidates that were discovered to have not accurately told the company about prior criminal convictions were also automatically rejected.

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