EEOC Saw Dip In Systemic Bias Efforts In 2014, Report Says

Law360, New York (January 6, 2015, 5:50 PM EST) -- The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission hit a few road bumps in its systemic discrimination initiative in 2014, completing fewer investigations and recovering less money through those efforts, according to a report issued Monday by labor and employment law firm Littler Mendelson PC.

In its annual report on the EEOC, Littler determined that while the agency had completed work in 300 systemic investigations in its 2013 fiscal year, the number of completed investigations dropped to 260 in 2014.

The EEOC also filed slightly fewer systemic lawsuits in its 2014 fiscal year — clocking in at 17, as opposed to 21 in...

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