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September 2012 Archives

EEOC Efforts Increasingly Geared towards Class Actions

Something is happening at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). This agency, which is tasked with helping to create, refine and enforce the nation's federal workplace antidiscrimination laws and regulations, is currently employing what the Associated Press (AP) calls "a systemic strategy to bring more large-scale bias cases against prominent companies."

EEOC Reminds Employers that RFOA Exceptions are not the Norm

It can often be difficult to determine when discrimination is occurring in the workplace. Some discrimination is blatant and easy to label, refusing to promote someone explicitly because of her race, gender, etc. However, many forms of discrimination are more subtle and harder to challenge by employees alone.

Social Media Is Influencing Discrimination Cases, Says EEOC

Over the past few years, the media has focused a great deal of attention on the ways in which social media can influence the outcome of family law-related court cases. In particular, spouses seeking to uncover adultery, support claims of unfit parenting and protect assets have used the social media accounts of their former spouses as evidence in their cases.

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