Posts Tagged ‘EEOC’

I took a Louisville Slugger to both headlights….

Retaliation. It’s funny in a country song, but in the workplace…it can mean serious trouble. The EEOC reports that in 2010, that for the first time in its history, Retaliation Charges were the most filed EEOC charge – representing 36.3% of all charges filed – that’s greater than 1 in 3!!! As a former investigator […]

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I love the way you lie…

Well, not really.  But you know all of those “he said/she said” situations HR folks are faced with…how in the world do you ever get to the truth?  Most internal HR professionals choose the easy way out – call it a spitting contest and err in favor of the company.  However, did you know that […]

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One is the loneliest number…

Now that your EEO-1 and Vets-100 reports are filed, have you taken the time to analyze the data?  These pesky reports are often an exercise in frustration but are used by both the EEOC and the OFCCP for trending, audit selection and data analyses.  We assisted some clients with their reporting this year (the old […]

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