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EEOC

abbr.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

EEOC

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has already identified its enforcement priorities for the years 2013-2016, so we are right in the middle of the cycle, so to speak.
As a result of the mandate from Washington, D.C., EEOC field investigators are under pressure to develop systemic cases, says Jennifer Gokenbach, a shareholder at Ogletree Deakins.
The EEOC charged that on her second day at the new location, Corona's direct supervisor drove her to a remote area and then proceeded to make sexually explicit comments, proposition her for sex, and attempted to kiss her.
Representatives with the EEOC did not return requests for comment.
In response to the EEOC's investigation and civil suit, the South Carolina-based company has agreed to terminate the Corsicana production manager who engaged in physical aggression and intimidation.
According to the EEOC, the federal agency first attempted to reach a pre-litigation settlement before filing suit in the U.S.
Ritter also speculated that the EEOC wants to advance its "strategic plan" through litigation.
The key, then, for in-house counsel is to make sure they don't attract the EEOC's eye on one of those big-ticket items.
The MOU signed by EEOC Chair Jacqueline Berrien and Mexican Ambassador Eduardo Medina Mora follows a series of agreements with local EEOC offices and Mexican consulates in Dallas, Miami, New York, Detroit, and other cities.
While the letter is unquestionably driven by political motives and advocacy for states' rights, it provides a potentially helpful roadmap for an employer looking to mount a defense against an EEOC lawsuit over background screening procedures or policies.
That review will include, according to the EEOC, "the nature and gravity of the offense or conduct; the time that has passed since the conviction and/or completion of the sentence; and the nature of the job sought prior to disqualifying a candidate with such a record."