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Tag Archives: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

EEOC claims Estee Lauder discriminates against new dads

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The federal agency charged with stopping workplace discrimination has sued Estee Lauder, alleging that new fathers at the beauty products maker get lesser benefits than their female colleagues. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said in a federal ...

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Second Circuit – Equal Employment Opportunity Commission: EEOC v. Sterling Jewelers, Inc.

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Pre-Suit Investigation – Sufficiency EEOC v. Sterling Jewelers, Inc. 14-1782 Judges Walker, Lynch and Lohier Background: The plaintiff alleged that the defendant engaged in a nationwide practice of ...

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Court: Judges can review EEOC efforts

WASHINGTON (AP) — A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that federal judges have authority to make sure the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is trying hard enough to settle charges of job discrimination before filing lawsuits against employers. The justices ...

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EEOC to focus on disability, LGBT

Disability bias claims, Title VII protection for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered individuals, and accommodations for pregnant women who have been forced to take unpaid leave are among the emerging issues that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is prioritizing, according ...

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