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EEOC Focuses On Need for Agency Reps To Stay Out Of EEO Investigations

Apr 2, 2019 11:41:45 AM / by Deryn A. Sumner, Esq. posted in federal hr & eeo law training, eeo investigations, agency reps

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Those of us who have been practicing before the EEOC for many years remember when the Commission turned its attention to agencies that failed to complete investigations within the 180-day regulatory timeframe and issued default judgments in the Cox and Royal cases. Key in these decisions was the idea that failing to timely investigate these claims undermined the integrity of the EEO process. In 2018, the Commission again turned its focus towards upholding the integrity of the EEO process by issuing sanctions where agencies improperly interfered with EEO investigations by representing and advising responsible management officials.

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