The EEOC’s Raleigh office has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Mexican Consulate in Raleigh, agreeing to continue “an ongoing collaborative relationship between these two entities to provide Mexican nationals with information, guidance, and access to resources on the prevention of discrimination in the workplace.”
Under the terms of the accord, the EEOC will expand its cooperation with the Mexican consulate by providing educational materials explaining EEOC-enforced laws. The EEOC will also disseminate compliance and educational materials to the Mexican immigrant community.
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