Category Archives: EEOC

EEOC Charge Handling Process

What happens when a current or former employee files a charge of discrimination with the EEOC? The EEOC has explained it in its description of the charge handling process. However, I imagine if a company has not been through the … Continue reading

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EEOC Ordered to Pay Attorneys’ Fees to Prevailing Defendant

The past few weeks have been notable for EEOC litigation.  In one recent case, EEOC v. CRST Van Expedited Inc., the Northern District of Iowa ordered the EEOC to pay almost $4.7 million in attorneys’ fees and costs to defendant … Continue reading

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What Every Arizona Business Needs to Consider – When Hiring Employees, Building a Company, and Protecting Its Brand

Sometimes the most helpful information a person can have at his or her fingertips is the information that answers the question:  Where in the world do we start?  It can be overwhelming to navigate employment laws — trying to figure … Continue reading

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EEOC Charges of Discrimination and the Strategic Enforcement Plan

I have been a little distracted lately writing some articles for publications other than the blog (oh, and enjoying two root canals). Therefore, I figured that – even if it’s Saturday night – I needed to give the blog a … Continue reading

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Law in a Minute: Evidence of Applicant or Employee Convictions in Employment Decisions

I spoke this morning at a roundtable discussion regarding the use of criminal record information obtained through background checks and also data privacy and security at a Human Resources Committee roundtable hosted by the American Council of Engineering Companies of … Continue reading

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