Tag Archives: EEOC

EEOC “Leadership” Says No Need for Code of Judicial Ethics

The EEOC has defended  the fact that it does not require EEOC judges to follow any code of judicial ethics. In response to an ethics complaint, EEOC Associate Legal Counsel Carol R. Miaskoff ruled last month that EEOC judges are … Continue reading

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EEOC Task Force Reconvenes to Discuss How to Transform #MeToo into Harassment-Free Workplaces

More than a year before #MeToo, a Select Task Force was created by President Obama to examine the problem of sexual harassment at the workplace. The Select Task Force consisted of a select group of outside experts who analyzed the causes … Continue reading

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How do I file an EEOC Charge?

Before you can file a lawsuit against an employer for discrimination, retaliation or sexual harassment you typically must file a charge of discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).  This special requirement allows the employee and the employer an … Continue reading

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A Labor and Employment Law webinar focusing on EEOC, DOL and NLRB Compliance

A Labor and Employment Law webinarfocusing on EEOC, DOL and NLRB ComplianceOffered by Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. Wednesday, June 6, 20182:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDTEligible for 1 CLE credit*As the regulatory landscape continues to shift under the … Continue reading

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Where was the EEOC and the AARP?

Why do the entities that are paid  to advocate for older Americans –  the EEOC and the AARP  –  do so little about problem of age discrimination in employment. The AARP and the EEOC were AWOL when the U.S. Court … Continue reading

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