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17Feb

EEOC Reports Retaliation Claims Surpass Race Discrimination Claims in 2010

2/17/2011| Reference Number : 27.0| Human Resources, Insurance/Risk Management | Retaliation claims | | Return|

Good employers do not practice discrimination and know how to avoid unfounded claims. However, many employers are not aware of a growing trend in retaliation claims filed by employees. For the first time ever, retaliation claims surpassed racial discrimination claims as the most common Equal Employment and Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charge. See, U.S EEOC FY 2010 Performance and Accountability Report.

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