In Hopes of Finally Settling Cases, EEOC Revises Process

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently unveiled regulations to modify the presuit conciliation process in hopes of finally settling some employment disputes.

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Imagine the EEOC ruling against you in a discrimination charge and inviting you to a settlement conference without explaining either why you lost the case or how agency officials arrived at the settlement demand.

Then, envision a settlement meeting during which the agency announces it’s also negotiating for five other employees who allegedly suffered the same type of discrimination, yet it refuses to

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