Tag Archives: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

EEOC study cites ‘unconscious bias’ as problem in federal workforce

Unconscious biases and perceptions pose significant obstacles for African-Americans seeking jobs and advancement in the federal sector, according to a new report from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

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Justices ponder where fired federal workers can appeal

WASHINGTON – Sometimes employment litigation is complicated, so much so that the parties and judges can’t even agree on which court has jurisdiction to hear an appeal.

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EEOC sues for discrimination against bipolar employee

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit in federal court in Denver alleging that a large retail food company refused to accommodate and unlawfully fired a receptionist at its headquarters because she had bipolar disorder.

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