Posts Tagged: EEO

EEOC Twitter Town Hall on Federal Sector; Wednesday, May 15 @ 1:00 (ET)

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 withRead… Read more »

Federal EEO: How Much Do You Know?

Do you know about equal employment opportunity (EEO) in the federal government? If not, it may be time to learn more, especially as our nation, along with the federal workforce, becomes increasingly more diverse and inclusive. How much do you know about EEO? Can you learn more? The U.S. EEOC offers a variety of trainingRead… Read more »

EXCEL 2012 UPDATE: Keynote and Plenary Speakers on 7/31-8/1

*** EEOC EXCEL UPDATE *** CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER CARLOS MUÑOS and EEOC CHAIR JACQUELINE BERRIEN will speak at EXCEL 2012 on July 31. EEOC Commissioner Chai Feldblum will speak at Federal Sector Training Event on August 1. (REGISTER) Carlos Muños, Jr., a central figure in the struggles for civil and human rights and aRead… Read more »

EXCEL 2012: July 31-Aug. 2, Dallas: Expert Training on EEO, ADR, Diversity Management

15th Annual EEOC EXCEL 2012 Examining Conflicts In Employment Laws (EXCEL) *** July 31 – Aug. 2 *** Dallas – Sheraton Hotel How much do you know about and understand equal employment opportunity (EEO) and diversity/inclusion within the Federal workforce? Do you know how to effectively manage and work with all employees regardless ofRead… Read more »

EEO 101: Harassment — Part II

Hopefully, you have never been harassed at work and never will be. But what would you do if such a situation occurred? Would you know where to turn and what steps to take? Do you know your employment rights and the laws protecting you? What constitutes harassment? You probably have a good general idea ofRead… Read more »

EEO 101: Harassment — Part I

When most folks hear about workplace harassment, it’s likley to be sexual harassment because that’s usually the most common and publicized form. The typical scenerio involves a female subordinate being sexually harassed by a male manager/supervisor, and/or co-worker(s). However, harassment is much broader than that of a purely sexual nature. In fact, harassment may takeRead… Read more »

EXCEL at EEO Laws and Compliance…

EEOC EXCEL 2012 July 31 – August 2, Dallas REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN Theme: “Knowledge is Power” The 15th Annual Examining Conflicts in Employment Laws (EXCEL) Conference is thepremier Federal training conference for EEO managers, supervisors, practitioners, HRprofessionals, attorneys and ADR specialists. The conference is sponsored by the U.S. EqualEmployment Opportunity Commission. This year’sRead… Read more »


REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!EXCEL EEO Training EventJuly 30 – August 2, 2012Dallas, Texas Examining Conflicts in Employment Laws (EXCEL) is the premier Federal training event for EEO managers, supervisors, practitioners, HR professionals, attorneys and ADR specialists. EXCEL features top-level officials from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), other federal agencies and nationally knownRead… Read more »

MYTHS & FACTS: Federal Sector EEO Process

Background: Some recent commentary and conjecture have taken aim at the federal sector equal employment opportunity (EEO) complaint process. Following are facts to aid in demystifying the “myths”: MYTH: Discrimination is found in less than 2 percent of EEO complaints. FACT: Discrimination may occur in up to 33 percent of EEO cases. The 2-3 percentRead… Read more »