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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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The EEOC has an interesting website that provides a “selected list” of pending and resolved lawsuits brought by the EEOC in which racial harassment is alleged.   A review

Continue Reading What Constitutes Racial Harassment? An Appalling List of Workplace Comments Culled From An EEOC Website

In 2009, the EEOC sued the employment staffing firm of Spencer Reed Group in a federal court in Georgia on behalf of an older, white former employee, Diane Coleman, who
Continue Reading The Case for Preventive Law: Employment Staffing Firm Pays $125,000 to Settle Discrimination Lawsuit