Blog Posts in March, 2015

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  • EEOC Announces Plans for New Workplace Harassment Study
    EEOC Announces Plans for New Workplace Harassment Study

    Yesterday, the Chair of the EEOC, Jenny R. Yang revealed that the Commission will be conducting an in-depth study on workplace harassment over the course of the next year or so. Led by a 16-member ...

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  • A Look at EEOC-Enforced Laws: 9 Prohibited Practices for Employers (Pt. 3)
    A Look at EEOC-Enforced Laws: 9 Prohibited Practices for Employers (Pt. 3)

    Wrapping up our series A Look at EEOC-Enforced Laws: 9 Prohibited Practices for Employers , here, we’ll highlight some more discriminatory actions that are illegal for U.S. employers. Additional ...

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  • A Look at EEOC-Enforced Laws: 9 Prohibited Practices for Employers (Pt. 2)
    A Look at EEOC-Enforced Laws: 9 Prohibited Practices for Employers (Pt. 2)

    Resuming A Look at EEOC-Enforced Laws: 9 Prohibited Practices for Employers (Pt. 1) , here, we’ll continue pointing out some of the specific discriminatory actions that employers in the U.S. are NOT ...

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  • A Look at EEOC-Enforced Laws: 9 Prohibited Practices for Employers (Pt. 1)
    A Look at EEOC-Enforced Laws: 9 Prohibited Practices for Employers (Pt. 1)

    The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is the authority that oversees the enforcement of U.S. laws prohibiting various kinds of workplace discrimination. In this blog series, we’ll ...

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