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U.S. EEOC Nov 15
Just released: EEOC FY 2018 Performance Report.
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U.S. EEOC Nov 9
Anti-discrimination laws limit the amount of time there is to file a charge of . In general, charges must be filed within 180 calendar days (300 in some cases) from the day the discrimination took place. Get the facts.
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U.S. EEOC Nov 8
to our meeting last week on revamping workplace culture to . If you missed it, you can watch coverage here:
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U.S. EEOC Nov 6
Employers are required to display notices about federal laws prohibiting job discrimination. The EEOC offers the information in free, printable poster, available in four languages.
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U.S. EEOC Nov 5
, during National Veterans Small Business Week learn how small businesses can prevent employment discrimination, get training, and obtain other resources provided by EEOC.
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U.S. EEOC Nov 5
, during National Veterans Small Business Week learn how small businesses can prevent employment discrimination, get training, and obtain other resources provided by EEOC.
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U.S. EEOC Oct 31
On the 40th anniversary of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, make sure you know your rights at work.
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U.S. EEOC Oct 31
Today, the EEOC heard from experts on various approaches to and give employers and employees skills needed to respond when they experience or observe harassing behavior. Read what they had to say...
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Futures w/o Violence Oct 31
Thank you for hosting this important conversation on ending in the workplace. Shout-out to for your testimony today!
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EVERFI Oct 31
Replying to @USEEOC
Our VP of Impact Rob Buelow speaks on the importance of following up and asking people how they feel about taking action. What skills or tools can they use to take action to prevent and
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Charlotte Burrows Oct 31
My sincere thanks to the witnesses who provided powerful testimony at today’s public meeting on concrete solutions to the problem of harassment. Changing workplace culture to prevent harassment has never been more important.
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U.S. EEOC Oct 31
In Acting Chair Lipnic's closing remarks, she thanks panel for participating in today's meeting "Revamping Workplace Culture to Prevent Harassment in the Workplace," and shares info on EEOC's harassment-prevention resources.
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U.S. EEOC Oct 31
Harassment can range from offensive jokes/slurs to unwelcome touching and assault. The panel is now discussing proportionate corrective action. Read more on proportional consequences in the our report on harassment in the workplace.
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U.S. EEOC Oct 31
Commissioner asks how we can use this moment to educate employers and employees on how to prevent all forms of harassment.
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U.S. EEOC Oct 31
Tune in now to C-SPAN2 to view today's public meeting on revamping workplace culture to prevent harassment.
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U.S. EEOC Oct 31
After a short break, Acting Chair Lipnic restarts the meeting with Q&As with the witnesses.
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U.S. EEOC Oct 31
Dr. Mary C. Gentile describes values-driven leadership and its use in preventing workplace harassment.
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BoardSource Oct 31
at this morning’s Public Meeting: “The board has not only an opportunity, but a responsibility to ensure the organization treats employees fairly and appropriately, complies with all relevant laws, and addresses issues of harassment are being addressed.”
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U.S. EEOC Oct 31
“Simply encouraging employees to intervene is not enough to get them to do it.” Rob Buelow with talks bystander intervention training.
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U.S. EEOC Oct 31
Dr. Christine Porath describes the connection between civility and harassment prevention.
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