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U.S. EEOC Feb 12
EEOC Acting Chair Victoria Lipnic shares a message in celebration of Black History Month, honors two EEOC heroes.
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U.S. EEOC Feb 11
The EEOC Seattle Field Office is closed today, February 11, 2019, due to inclement weather.
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U.S. EEOC Feb 8
Congratulations and welcome aboard!
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U.S. EEOC Feb 7
EEOC and the Republic of Ecuador commit to continuing to work together to combat employment discrimination and provide Ecuadorian nationals in the U.S. information, guidance, and access to training resources to help them exercise their workplace rights.
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U.S. EEOC Feb 6
The EEO-1 survey for 2018 will open in early March. The deadline to submit EEO-1 data is May 31, 2019. What is the EEO-1? It's a federally mandated compliance survey. Company employment data in it is categorized by race/ethnicity, gender & job category.
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U.S. EEOC Feb 6
If you have questions about filing deadlines or other matters scheduled with EEOC during the recent shutdown, see attached Q&A on adjusted timelines. Please know we’re working diligently to resume operations and reschedule matters as soon as possible.
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U.S. EEOC Feb 5
Atlantic Capes Fisheries & BJ’s Service Co. to pay $675k to settle EEOC charges of egregious and pervasive sex harassment in the workplace. The lawsuit also alleges that the company retaliated by firing two employees who reported the harassment to EEOC.
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U.S. EEOC Feb 5
Buffalo Wild Wings (R Wings R Wild) to pay $30k to three male job applicants to settle an EEOC sex discrimination lawsuit. The applicants were denied bartender positions in Arkansas and Oklahoma-area restaurants due to their gender, the lawsuit charged.
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U.S. EEOC Feb 5
Memphis gas station operator, Flash Market, to pay $100k to settle an EEOC lawsuit. The company permitted a sexually hostile work environment, then fired a female cashier when she complained, EEOC charged.
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U.S. EEOC Feb 1
In celebration of , we remember historian, Dr. Carter G. Woodson, “father of black history.”
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U.S. EEOC Jan 31
"From the beginning of the movement to now, I have definitely seen corporate employers and non-profit organizations taking this issue so much more seriously." Acting Chair Victoria Lipnic on EEOC's harassment prevention efforts with employers.
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U.S. EEOC Jan 30
EEOC offices in Buffalo, Chicago, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, and Minneapolis are closed today, January 30, due to inclement weather.
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U.S. EEOC Jan 29
The Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act was signed into law 10 yrs ago today. See the critical role this law plays in an employee's efforts to challenge pay discrimination in the workplace.
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Charlotte Burrows Jan 29
Today is the 10th anniversary of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, which ensures the right to challenge each discriminatory paycheck, regardless of when the discrimination began. Thank you, Lilly, for reminding us that "equal pay for equal work is an American value."
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U.S. EEOC Jan 29
UPS to pay $4.9M to settle EEOC lawsuit. According to the suit, UPS failed to hire or promote individuals whose religious practices conflict with its uniform and appearance policy, failed to provide religious accommodations, and segregated the...
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Charlotte Burrows Jan 28
In a typical week receives over 10,500 phone calls and emails, about 4,000 inquiries to field offices & nearly 1,500 charges of discrimination, all while resolving approx. 2,000 charges of discrimination. I'm thrilled the agency is re-opened and back to work.
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Charlotte Burrows Jan 28
I’m pleased today to welcome back to work the approx. 2,100 employees and contractors of , the primary federal agency charged with preventing and remedying workplace discrimination, including harassment and retaliation. Many thanks for all you do to advance equality.
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U.S. EEOC Jan 28
From Alabama to Washington, representatives in our 54 field offices nationwide are working to address and prevent employment discrimination. Find the EEOC office nearest to you.
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U.S. EEOC Jan 28
Replying to @tornandra
Thanks for the message. We are working to get the site up and running as quickly as possible. We will post an update once the portal is up. Meanwhile, here are additional ways to contact EEOC: . Thank you.
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U.S. EEOC Jan 28
If you have filed a charge with the EEOC and want to know the status, you can check the online EEOC Public Portal at any time.
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