The EEOC Abruptly Concludes ACT Mediation Pilot But Keeps Some Of The Popular Changes

The EEOC Abruptly Concludes ACT Mediation Pilot But Keeps Some Of The Popular Changes

The EEOC plans to retain some of the practices that it found useful during the pilot program, including the use of video technology to hold virtual mediations whenever possible.

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