Restaurant chain Ruby Tuesday, Inc. will pay $100,000 and take preventative action to resolve an EEOC sex discrimination action, after the company reportedly denied two male servers a summer job assignment at a resort in Utah. According to the EEOC, Ruby Tuesday internally announced the temporary summer positions, which included company-sponsored housing and a greater pay opportunity. However, the posting indicated only female candidates would be considered, reportedly due to concerns about coed housing. The EEOC asserts the restaurant violated federal anti-discrimination law when it selected women for the summer jobs, preventing the male candidates from transferring into the positions. Through the settlement, Ruby Tuesday must train an estimated 1,600 managers at 49 different sites across 9 states, report its efforts to the EEOC, and post reminders about this settlement on its website and at restaurants.