Investigating and Responding to Discrimination Charges
Has your organization been notified by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) that a current or former employee has reported allegations of employment discrimination? Are you responding to those allegations as the employer’s representative? Our course focuses on building the knowledge and skills needed to properly and effectively respond to the issues presented, along with an overview of federal employment laws enforced by the EEOC. We’ll walk through the different stages of a charge and the resulting process: conducting the internal investigation, preparing the position statement, managing an on-site investigation and potential charge resolutions. Participants will be challenged to both develop a core strategy and begin writing a position statement.
After this class, students will be able to:
- Identify stages of the EEOC Charge process
- Identify key components of conducting an internal investigation
- Understand key components of writing an effective position statement
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