Isabel Cottrell, an associate at The Federal Practice Group, explains how the EEOC handles sexual harassment claims.
In the technology industry sector, women and some minorities don't appear to be participating in the growth in oversight of discrimination.
Why would TSA bring extra problems on itself by suppressing information and appearing to protect people whose practices dishonor the people trying to do a good job?
Is your work environment toxic? What can you do to make things better? Find out when ELI CEO Stephen Paskoff joins host Mike Causey on this week's Your Turn. June 17, 2017
Employers and labor are opposing President Trump's plan to combine the Labor Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
Among the major items in the President's 2018 budget request are a few other provisions that have the potential to impact federal employees and their agencies.
Do you have a disruptive or disrespectful colleague in your office? Is someone in your office guilty of sexual harassment? What can you do about it? Find out this week, when former EEOC trial attorney and investigator Stephen M. Paskoff joins host Mike Causey on Your Turn. May 17, 2017
Experts from the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission and the Employer Assistance and Resource Network held a Twitter chat on April 19 to discuss problems and solutions in implementing a rule regarding the hiring of people with disabilities.
For the second year in a row, the Equal Employment Opportunity Rights Commission is hosting a series of webinars on various employment discrimination topics. Patricia St. Clair, EEOC’s assistant director for federal sector programs, talked with Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu on Federal Drive with Tom Temin about the commission’s focus areas for online training in 2017.
The Office of Personnel Management wants agencies to look more closely at Hispanic representation within the workforce and identify barriers and challenges that prevent them from recruiting and retaining a more diverse government.
A final rule from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission requires federal agencies to increase their workforce to include more people with disabilities, and provide them personal assistance if needed.
The White House hosts agency leaders to develop concrete, actionable ideas on developing a more diverse, inclusive federal workforce.
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If we start with these seven basics, we could have the potential to design a more accountable civil service that is free of political influence.