Tuesday, March 16, 2004

EEOC reports decline in charges filed

This post from George's Employment blog has the details on the EEOC's announcement for the most recent period that number of charges of discrimination filed decreased 3.7%, which, as George notes quite correctly, is not evidence one way or the other about a change in the level of discrimination in the workplace. George makes reference to "the unfortunate WGUFWOD's ('White Guy Under Forty Without Disability'), who cannot use discrimination laws to attempt an end run around the harshness of employment at will (allowing termination for a good reason, bad reason or no reason at all)."

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