Susan Tsui Grundmann: Office of Compliance keeps eye out for civil rights violations
September 27, 2017 10:03 am
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They don’t get the same level of attention as the 2-million-strong federal workforce, but another 30,000 people work as staff members on Capitol Hill. Instances of discrimination and unfair employment practices occur there, too. That’s where the Office of Compliance comes in. It’s job is to make sure 13 civil rights, labor and workplace safety laws apply in the place they were written. Susan Tsui Grundmann, OOC’s executive director, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin what’s been going on since she joined earlier this year.