Need Answers to the following Questions


Need Answers to the following Questions

  • What is the EEOC and what purpose and function does it serve?
  • What laws are enforced by the EEOC?
  • How does an employee with allegations of wrongdoing, based on laws in place that are enforced by the EEOC, file a complaint to the EEOC?
  • What is the EEOC’s step-by-step process to address allegations? Include not only what the EEOC does, but also how the EEOC includes the employee (one making the allegation) and the employer (one against whom the allegations are made) in its process.
  • Can the EEOC force cooperate in its investigations?
  • Can/Does the EEOC initiate litigation on the basis of charges filed with the Commission?
  • Does termination of the EEOC process limit and/or end the employee’s (one making the allegation) options to seek other legal means of addressing the allegation?

Here: I give you what the instructor want in the Assignment: and this name of the book, The Law of Higher Education by William A. Kaplin; Barbara A. Lee

 

You have been asked to prepare a basic overview that addresses the EEOC’s enforcement procedures and process on your campus. The overview’s goal is to educate, inform and serve as a practical and useful resource should notice of an EEOC charge be received by fellow administrators.

Assignment:

Conduct your own search of the many resources available and prepare an educational and resource overview addressing the EEOC and its enforcement procedures and process. Please limit the overview to 3-4 pages. Make sure the answers to the questions listed below are incorporated in paragraph form (not question & answer form) into your document:

  • What is the EEOC and what purpose and function does it serve?
  • What laws are enforced by the EEOC?
  • How does an employee with allegations of wrongdoing, based on laws in place that are enforced by the EEOC, file a complaint to the EEOC?
  • What is the EEOC’s step-by-step process to address allegations? Include not only what the EEOC does, but also how the EEOC includes the employee (one making the allegation) and the employer (one against whom the allegations are made) in its process.
  • Can the EEOC force cooperate in its investigations?
  • Can/Does the EEOC initiate litigation on the basis of charges filed with the Commission?
  • Does termination of the EEOC process limit and/or end the employee’s (one making the allegation) options to seek other legal means of addressing the allegation?

Need Answers to the above  Questions

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