Fry's and the EEOC entered into a consent decree to settle claims of sexual harassment and retaliation. The EEOC alleged that a Fry's assistant manager at its Renton, WA store repeatedly sent inappropriate text messages to an employee regarding "how good she looked, offering her alcohol even though [the employee] was under age 21, inviting her to his home, and making reference to wanting to play with [the employee's] breasts." Her direct supervisor protested the assistant manager's harassment and was fired. The supervisor filed a retaliation claim with the EEOC, through which the EEOC learned of the underlying harassment, and the EEOC filed a lawsuit after conciliation efforts failed. Under the consent decree, Fry's will pay the supervisor $1.56 million in compensatory damages, attorneys' fees and lost wages and $736,000 to the employee; will implement certain injunctive relief including updated anti-harassment policies and training on such policies; and will be subject to compliance reporting and monitoring for three years.