Stone Pony Pizza Sued for Race Discrimination - 5/20/2013
Jenny Yang Sworn In as EEOC Commissioner - 5/13/2013
The EEOC settled a disability discrimination lawsuit against Dillard's, Inc. which claimed that the company forced employees to disclose personal and confidential medical information in order to be approved for health leave, and fired employees with disabilities if they took health leave beyond the maximum amount of time allowed by the company.
If you are a former or current employee of Dillard's and you were forced to disclose confidential medical information or were fired after taking health leave, please contact the EEOC.
The EEOC has sued Mavis Discount Tire, claiming that Mavis did not hire women as Managers, Assistant Managers, Mechanics, Tire Installers, and similar jobs because of their sex.
If you applied for a job at any Mavis Discount Tire or Cole Muffler location and think you may not have been hired because you are a woman, or you have any information, please contact the EEOC.
The EEOC has sued the Texas Roadhouse chain of restaurants, claiming that Texas Roadhouse did not hire people age 40 and older because of their age.
If you believe you may have been denied a front of the house position such as server, hostess/host, bartender, etc. at Texas Roadhouse because of your age or if you have any information, please contact the EEOC.
The EEOC has sued Bass Pro Outdoor World, claiming that it did not hire people because of their race (African-American or black) or national origin (Hispanic or Latino) and that Bass Pro retaliated against employees who complained about
If you applied for a job at any Bass Pro location and think you may not have been hired due to your race or national origin or if you have any information, please contact the EEOC.
The EEOC has finalized its Plan for Retrospective Review of Significant Regulations (Final Plan). Pursuant to Executive Order 13563, EEOC will use the Final Plan as a guide to determine whether regulations should be modified, streamlined, expanded, or repealed, to make the EEOC's regulatory program more effective and/or less burdensome in achieving its regulatory objectives.