Senator Alexander’s Report Puts the Spotlight On the EEOC — and Promises Further Oversight in the Next Congress

By | EEOC Year-End Countdown | November 24, 2014
Senator Alexander’s Report Puts the Spotlight On the EEOC — and Promises Further Oversight in the Next Congress

Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN), the current Ranking Member and soon to be Chairman of the Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee, today issued a report entitled EEOC: An Agency on the Wrong Track?  Litigation Failures, Misfocused Priorities, and Lack of Transparency Raise Concerns About Important Anti-Discrimination Agency, which can be found here.

EEOC’s 2014 Performance and Accountability Report Reflects Continued Efforts to Pursue High Priority, Systemic Litigation

EEOC’s 2014 Performance and Accountability Report Reflects Continued Efforts to Pursue High Priority, Systemic Litigation

On November 18, 2014, the EEOC released its 2014 Performance and Accountability Report (“PAR”).  The Report is an annual scorecard of sorts for the EEOC. It reflects the progress of the EEOC’s continued efforts to follow enforcement priorities outlined in its 2012 strategic enforcement plan (“SEP”) (read more here), including its systemic litigation initiative.