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Chai Feldblum
First out lesbian Commissioner w/hidden disability of anxiety disorder; former Georgetown law prof; tweets on civil rights; discrimination buster
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Chai Feldblum Nov 20
We must support employees who are witnesses in employment discrimination cases. How will we ever make change otherwise?
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Chai Feldblum Nov 20
Chronic kidney disease is a disability. If you withdraw a job offer based on fears about it, EEOC will be at your door.
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Chai Feldblum Nov 20
EEOC is working hard! In the last FY, EEOC secured approximately $505 million & other relief for over 67,860 victims of discrimination. The agency resolved 141 merit lawsuits, filed 199 more, and filed 29 amicus briefs.
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Chai Feldblum Nov 19
EEOC got over 554,000 calls and emails about potential discrimination claims this past fiscal year. And we fielded them all.
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Chai Feldblum Nov 19
Great summary of the roadmap for organizations to take to stop workplace harassment. TY
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Chai Feldblum Nov 19
Sharon Masling and I share our wisdom on the business case for a holistic harassment prevention campaign.
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Chai Feldblum Nov 19
Share this with your top leadership to make the case for a real harassment prevention campaign.
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Chai Feldblum Nov 19
Launch of an online inquiry & appointment system through a Public Portal resulted in a 30% increase in inquiries and over 40,000 intake interviews this past fiscal year. I worked for that portal for years!
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Chai Feldblum Nov 8
This breaks my heart.
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Chai Feldblum Nov 5
Thank you, , for one of the best summaries I've seen of the testimony at our recent Commission hearing on preventing harassment. Nice links to resources at the end of the piece!
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Nidhi Subbaraman Nov 2
Replying to @NidhiSubs
Carol Miaskoff from the EEOC says that federal charges alleging harassment increased 13-14% in 2018 compared to 2017. She says anecdotally she's heard the numbers at the state level are higher
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EEOC Fed E-News Nov 2
First Fridays With OFO is today at noon-1 pm EST. Join us at noon for Case Updates with EEOC Attorney Elyssa Santos-Abrams. Here’s your chance to hear the latest in case decisions and ask questions of an EEOC Attorney. Click here to join today's session:
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Chai Feldblum Nov 1
Here's the coverage of the EEOC'S Commission meeting on revamping workplace culture to stop harassment. This was an awesome meeting, with wonderful witnesses and good Q&A discussion. I hope you agree.
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Chai Feldblum Nov 1
Here's the coverage of our @USEEOCCommission meeting on revamping workplace culture to stop harassment. Please watch and share widely. And tell me what you think!
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Chai Feldblum Oct 31
I’ve just RT’d some tweets from our fabulous Commission meeting today on revamping workplace culture to stop harassment. Will write more tomorrow!
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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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EVERFI Oct 31
Replying to @USEEOC
We're proud to share our harassment & discrimination thought leadership using this platform provided by the RELEASE ➡️
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ACLU Oct 31
Between 1997-2011, the number of pregnancy discrimination charges filed with the EEOC increased by nearly 50%. It's time to end the widespread discrimination that continues to plague pregnant and breastfeeding employees.
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Morgan Lewis Oct 31
David Bowman was featured as a panelist on the public meeting, "Revamping Workplace Culture tor Prevent Harassment." Watch the full meeting on :
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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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