EEOC

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION ISSUES NEW REPORT ON DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) marked its 50th anniversary in 2015. In August, the EEOC published “American Experiences Versus American Expectations,” a report documenting changes in employee demographics since 1965 and using data through 2013. The full report, available on the EEOC’s website, details a number of changes over nine job categories for women, African …

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EEOC ‘CAUSE’ FINDING MAY BE HARMFUL BUT DOESN’T MEAN AN AUTOMATIC LOSS

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) investigations typically end when the EEOC issues a notice of dismissal and right-to-sue letter granting the charging party ninety (90) days to file a lawsuit under one or more of the federal statutes the agency enforces – Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act …

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THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION’S BROAD THIRD-PARTY SUBPOENA POWER

An employer’s dealings with the EEOC typically stem from an administrative charge filed by a current or former employee. However, businesses are sometimes hit with an unexpected, nettlesome, and costly surprise: an EEOC third-party subpoena. The EEOC has the power to issue subpoenas to third parties, meaning it can order them to produce documents and …

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