The House Subcommittee on Workforce Protections has begun hearings to explore legislation that would “increase accountability” at the EEOC, an agency that “has spent a great deal of time and resources advancing a deeply flawed enforcement and regulatory agenda,” according to subcommittee Chair Rep. Tim Walberg, R-Mich.
Walberg said the subcommittee is considering a series of bills that would “help shine more sunlight on EEOC activities [and] compel the agency to work with employers in good faith to resolve complaints.”
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