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Changes Employers, Workers Want To See At EEO Agencies

Law360, New York (May 31, 2017, 10:17 PM EDT) -- Workers' rights groups and business advocates alike have panned the Trump administration's recent proposal to fold the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs into the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, but that doesn’t mean they’re pleased with the status quo — far from it.

After eight years of pro-worker policies under Obama, the business community is eager to see things shift its way. Here, stakeholders lay out some of the changes they'd most like to see from the government's chief enforcers of workplace anti-discrimination law.

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