The EEOC conducted a public meeting yesterday on national origin employment discrimination.  Noting the diversity in the US workplace (including language diversity), and the increase of immigrants in the workforce,
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Addressing a business group in Washington State, the EEOC’s Northwest regional attorney told them that  “If they ignore the subject or convey an attitude of indifference they are setting themselves

Continue Reading “Millions of Dollars In Sexual Harassment Settlements” Can Be Avoided, Says Top EEOC Official

Apropos to our blog entry of October 9th, where we described the EEOC’s targeting of cases of harassment and abuse of “vulnerable” employees, especially farm workers, the EEOC announced

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“Harrowing,” “appalling” and “extreme abuse” were words used by EEOC lawyers regarding a series of recently filed cases targeting sexual harassment of farmworkers. It appears that the EEOC is periodically

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