Law360, San Francisco (November 1, 2017, 9:08 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission launched a new nationwide online inquiry and appointment system in an attempt to streamline the process for individuals seeking to file new discrimination charges, the agency announced Wednesday.
The new online system allows individuals to securely submit initial inquiries and requests for intake interviews with the agency, which are the first steps for individuals seeking to file a charge of discrimination. EEOC acting Chair Victoria A. Lipnic said the new system makes the agency and a complainant's charge information available "wherever and whenever" it is most convenient for that individual.
“It’s a giant leap forward...
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