EEOC Chair Janet Dhillon announced a pilot program to change aspects of the agency’s mediation program, including expanding the types of worker bias allegations. Existing procedures limit the kinds of discrimination allegations that qualify.
The pilot Dhillon unveiled Tuesday makes more worker allegations eligible for mediation. The program also introduces more technology into the process, “to hold virtual mediations.”
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