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The EEOC Fails Federal Workers

Nothing's equal about the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The federal agency, created by the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), is to interpret and apply federal laws barring discrimination for federal employers and non-federal employers. However, the EEOC fails federal workers. The professed enforcement agency often collapses when executing guidelines on equality for federal employees and job applicants seeking federal employment. The EEOC

1) Unequally applies federal sector EEO complaint processing guidelines;

2) Rarely provides transparency when posting discriminatory acts in "federal" agencies;

3) Routinely fails to refer proven discrimination cases over for disciplinary action; and

4) Unduly subjects its staff to "contract judges" under the EEOC's monetary control.

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