The EEOC is coming after you for workplace discrimination. Now what? One good source, surprisingly, is the EEOC's own site, which now offers a section titled "EEOC Investigations, What an Employer Should Know." It can educate you on investigation procedures, arbitration options and more. Find it at www.eeoc.gov/small/investigations.html.
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