How much do you know about Federal Sector EEO?
- Have you ever observed or experienced discrimination, harassment or reprisal in the federal workplace based on race, color, sex, pregnancy, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or personal genetic information?
- If so, do you know where to turn to report unlawful activity?
- Are you familiar with the Federal Sector EEO Complaint Process?
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is conducting a live Tweet Chat with attorney experts from the Office of Federal Operations. If you have questions, the EEOC has answers.
Every fed should know their employment rights and understand their agency’s legal responsibility under Federal EEO laws, rules, regulations and directives which are applicable government-wide.
Twitter Town Hall
Join the U.S. EEOC in a live “Tweet Chat” on Wednesday, May 15, from 1:00 to 1:30 pm (EDT).
Questions may be provided in advance using the hashtag #EEOfedtalk.
“We hope this Twitter Town Hall results in enhancing citizen and stakeholder engagement, as well as providing useful information about the federal sector process,” says Carlton Hadden, the EEOC’s Director of Federal Operations.
“This is part of the EEOC’s broader efforts to inform and educate the public through an open dialogue via new media platforms.”
The EEOC will conduct the chat using the Twitter handle @EEOC_OFO
Remember, knowledge is power.
Learn EEO best practices and the essential elements of a model agency program from the federal experts.
Know and understand your federally protected employment rights.
Help make the federal government a model workplace for everyone!
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