NC home repair company must pay $50,000 settlement after lawsuit over ‘cult-like’ prayer meetings

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GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — A Greensboro company that was sued over firing employees that did not participate in group prayers will have to pay thousands of dollars in a settlement.

Aurora Renovations and Developments, LLC, or Aurora Pro Services, a Greensboro-based home repair company has agreed to pay $50,000 and provide other relief in order to settle a religious harassment, discrimination and retaliation lawsuit that was filed by the EEOC in June 2022, the agency announced on their website on Aug. 2.

The agency says that since at least June 2020, Auroro Pro Services required employees to attend daily employer-led Christian prayer meetings. These meetings, conducted by the company owner, included Bible readings, Christian devotionals and soliciting prayer requests from other employees.

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