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Review of EEOC's Systemic Program: Chart Data

Figure 1:
Successful Conciliations of Systemic Investigations by Basis:
FY 2011 - FY 2015
Disability 32%
Race 17%
Age 14%
Retaliation 14%
Sex 14%
National Origin 4%
Religion 2%
GINA 2%
Color 1%

  Data is provided for the last five fiscal years in Figures 1-4 for the bases and issues alleged to allow for comparison.

Figure 2:
Systemic Lawsuit Resolutions by Basis:
FY 2011 - FY 2015
Retaliation 22%
Sex 21%
Race 16%
Disability 14%
Age
11%
National Origin
11%
Religion 2%
GINA 2%
Equal Pay
1%
Color 1%

Data is provided for the last five fiscal years in Figures 1-4 for the bases and issues alleged to allow for comparison.

Figure 3:
Successful Conciliations of Systemic Investigations by Issue:
FY 2011 - FY 2015
Hiring 23%
Reasonable Accommodation 21%
Discharge 12%
Terms and Conditions 10%
Medical Inquiry/Exam 8%
Harassment 6%
Benefits 5%
Promotion 5%
Recordkeeping Violation 4%
Wages 3%
Assignment 3%

Data is provided for the last five fiscal years in Figures 1-4 for the bases and issues alleged to allow for comparison.

The data in Figures 3-4 represent the significant systemic issues raised in conciliations of investigations and in lawsuits resolved in fiscal years 2011 through 2015. Some cases contain multiple significant issues.

Figure 4:
Systemic Lawsuit Resolutions by Issue:
FY2011-2015
Hiring 25%
Harassment 22%
Prohibited Inquiry/Exam 9%
Reasonable Accommodation 8%
Benefits 8%
Discharge 6%
Assignment 6%
Recordkeeping 5%
Wages 5%
Promotion 3%
Waiver of Rights 3%

Data is provided for the last five fiscal years in Figures 1-4 for the bases and issues alleged to allow for comparison.

The data in Figures 3-4 represent the significant systemic issues raised in conciliations of investigations and in lawsuits resolved in fiscal years 2011 through 2015. Some cases contain multiple significant issues.

Table 1:
Individuals Benefiting from Successful EEOC Lawsuits
  Individual Class Systemic
FY 2006 223 556 271
FY 2007 193 454 1212
FY 2008 201 491 12406
FY 2009 174 454 2676
FY 2010 164 364 8987
FY 2011 138 302 4280
FY 2012 147 277 713
FY 2013 119 194 7717
FY 2014 84 87 876
FY 2015 96 93 9599

 

Table 8:
EEOC's Success in Systemic Litigation
  Wins Losses
2007 13 0
2008 15 0
2009 19 1
2010 31 0
2011 33 0
2012 20 3
2013 24 5
2014 13 2
2015 23 3