Readers who identify themselves as “Black” essentially agree with the EEOC that they have a tougher time in the federal government than many other employees. Answers from others are diametrically opposed when responding to the same questions.
The EEOC says it worked with “dialogue partners” to identify obstacles to African Americans who work in the federal government. The report identifies seven obstacles.
According to a new Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) report, average amounts awarded in resolution of formal Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) complaints rose by 12.4 percent in the 2010 fiscal year to a net $46.9 million.
New regulations from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission offer revised guidelines on the issue of how to define a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit recently changed the way federal employees and agencies may approach partial relief in future discrimination claims.
The annual report from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission reveals that power and pay discrepancies still exist between men and women, whites and minorities, and non-disabled and disabled.
The author looks at the legality of some of the media’s questions regarding Governor Sarah Palin and how these compare to EEOC guidance on the “Maternal Wall.”
When should an employee consider filing an EEO complaint? What steps should an employee take before filing a complaint? What are the considerations in making this decision? In part III of this series, the author examines these issues and offers his advice.
Writing a performance standard for EEO is different than in other areas. Here is why it is different and a suggestion for writing a better standard.