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Bienvenido a la sala de prensa virtual de la Comisión para la Igualdad de Oportunidades en el Empleo (EEOC, por sus siglas en inglés), la cual ofrece una amplia gama de información y materiales sobre la historia, las funciones, los procedimientos, los programas, las acciones y el personal de la Comisión, los estatutos que implementamos, e investigaciones, datos y estadísticas relacionados. Alentamos a todos a consultar y explorar nuestro kit de prensa continuamente actualizado, el cual brinda gran cantidad de información y un amplio contexto para prácticamente cualquier pregunta.

Para ponerse en contacto con la Oficina de Comunicaciones, llame al 202-921-3191 o envíe un correo electrónico a newsroom@eeoc.gov. Tenga en cuenta que esta casilla de correo electrónico está dirigida a periodistas, productores de noticias, personas que escriben para publicaciones de noticias y noticieros, y otras personas que trabajan en programas de noticias o escriben crónicas.

Si usted es un ciudadano común que busca información sobre la EEOC, llame al 1-800-669-4000 o envíe un correo electrónico a info@eeoc.gov.

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EEOC OPPOSES SETTLEMENT OF RENT-A-CENTER LAWSUIT
EEOC ISSUES DECISION ON TWO CHARGES CHALLENGING THE DENIAL OF HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR PRESCRIPTION CONTRACEPTIVES
EEOC CONFERS WITH MINORITY GROUPS ON COMBATING SEPTEMBER 11 BACKLASH DISCRIMINATION
FRED MEYER STORES TO PAY $485,000 FOR SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND RETALIATION
CHIEF HUMAN CAPITAL OFFICERS COUNCIL TRAINING ACADEMY FOCUSES ON ASSISTING AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES IN JOINING THE FEDERAL WORKFORCE
GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE TO PAY $2.1 MILLION FOR AGE BIAS IN EEOC SETTLEMENT
EEOC ISSUES FINAL RULE ON ADEA 'TENDER BACK' ISSUE
EEOC FOCUSES ON RELATIONSHIP WITH SMALL AND MID-SIZED BUSINESSES
TARGET CORP. TO PAY $510,000 FOR RACE DISCRIMINATION
NEXT COMMISSION MEETING WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12
****** MEDIA ADVISORY ******
EEOC CHAIRMAN ANNOUNCES TASK FORCES TO ADDRESS OPERATIONAL ISSUES; RELEASES FY 1994 ENFORCEMENT RESULTS
EEOC TO HOLD PUBLIC MEETING ON WORKPLACE BIAS IN THE AFTERMATH OF SEPTEMBER 11
EEOC LAWYER HONORED AS EXEMPLARY FEDERAL ATTORNEY BY AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
UTAH AND EEOC PARTNER TO PROMOTE HIRING AND ADVANCEMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IN STATE JOBS
EEOC ASKS PUBLIC TO BE PATIENT DURING TRANSITION TO IN-HOUSE PHONE SYSTEM
TYSON FOODS AGREES TO RESOLVE RACE HARASSMENT AND RETALIATION LAWSUIT
RETIRED TEACHERS TO RECEIVE $465,000 FOR AGE BIAS IN LATEST EEOC SETTLEMENTS WITH SCHOOL DISTRICTS
EEOC HEADQUARTERS AND WFO MOVING TO 131 M STREET, NE
EEOC To Examine American Indian and Alaska Native Perspective On Workplace/Market Place Realities and Trends
MEDIA ADVISORY
NEXT COMMISSION MEETING WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7
EEOC and National Restaurant Association Partner to Address Employment Issues Affecting Teens
FIRST WIRELESS GROUP TO PAY $435,000 TO SETTLE EEOC SUIT FOR UNEQUAL WAGES AND RETALIATION