Continuing its focus on applicant-to-hire-adverse impact, OFCCP announced today a settlement with a New Jersey contractor involving allegations of hiring discrimination against women, African Americans and Asian Americans.

In its press release, OFCCP indicated the contractor aggreed to pay close to $325,000 to a class of nearly 230 applicants who applied for warehouse positions in 2010.

This, and other recent settlements, are evidence that investigating hiring discrimintion continues to be the agency’s “bread and butter.”