Want to express yourself on the EEOC's policies on arrest and conviction record policies? Now's your chance. The EEOC will hold a public meeting at 9:30 a.m. Eastern tomorrow to discuss "employment barriers faced by individuals with arrest and conviction records." The agenda has three parts: Best Practices for Employers Overview of Federal, State & Local Programs & Policies Legal Standards Meeting minutes and other info presented at the hearing will be available here. The EEOC will hold the meeting record open for 15 days. Written comments may be e-mailed to Commissionmeetingcomments@eeoc.gov or mailed to Commission Meeting, EEOC Executive Officer, 131 M Street, N.E., Washington, D.C. 20507. All comments received will be made available to EEOC staff and placed in the EEOC library for public review. The Washington Post has an interesting take on the hearing here. While the author seems to believe that the EEOC is considering softening its stance on this issue, I highly doubt that's the case. Stay tuned.
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