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EEOC

EEOC

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
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Given that the mere presence of an English-only policy marks a red flag for EEOC scrutiny, revising an employer program based on EEOC suggestions is an appropriate first step to mitigate the potential liability of its unwanted attention.
The EEOC recommends that employers eliminate criminal background checks altogether.
What it does suggest that when you couple the EEOC report, along with some other prior history (http://bizofbaseball.
The remaining $200,000 will be distributed to people the EEOC determines are qualified for relief.
And in 1974, the EEOC sued the firm for failing to hire women and minorities as brokers.
26) Generalizing, the EEOC or a court is more likely to recognize an activity as being a "major life activity" if the activity is particularly important to life (breathing, for example) or if the activity encompasses a wide range of activities.
The EEOC says it brought suit after it failed to reach a pre-litigation settlement with Anheuser-Busch.
But other EEOC officials say the commission will be able handle its cases more effectively by putting district managers back on the front lines to investigate and resolve workplace discrimination claims.
has released "EEOC Litigation and Charge Resolution," A new book that provides an overview of how the EEOC works, where and how decisions are made, and how to effectively interact with the EEOC during litigation and during the various stages of charge processing.
To assure employers that they can follow rules based on the Food Code and also comply with the ADA, the EEOC has issued a guide titled How to Comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act: A Guide for Restaurants and Other Food Service Employers.