Responding To EEOC Charges

Webinar: ID# 1026418
Recorded CD
About This Course:
The most effective way to avoid an EEOC charge is to make sure you have anti-harassment, anti-discrimination and no retaliation policies, that employees are trained, and that all employees understand those policies.

Prevention and awareness are areas employers should focus on when dealing with employee discrimination issues. If the worst case scenario happens, this webinar will tell you how to protect your company when an EEOC charge arises, tips and strategies to respond to the charge, how to prepare your position statement, and how to respond to requests for information and understand the mediation process.


  • New EEOC Digital Charge System Pilot Program
  • New EEOC Guidance on Retaliation
  • New EEOC Guidelines on an Effective Position Statement
  • Increased Use by EEOC of Information Requests, Interviews, and Subpoena
  • Address Litigation Hold Requirements
  • Conducting and Documenting Internal Investigation
  • Pros and Cons of EEOC Mediation
Position Statement
  • Information to Include in Position Statement
  • Discovery Issues
  • Use of Declarations
  • Types of Exhibits to Include
  • Handling EEOC Requests for Information and Interviews
  • Anti-Harassment, Anti-Discrimination and No Retaliation Policy and Training
Strategies to Address a Cause Finding
  • Conciliation Process
  • Issuance of Right to Sue Letter
  • Lawsuit
  • Section 83 Requests
  • Class Action Considerations
About The Presenter

Julie A. Pace
  • Senior member in The Cavanagh Law Firm
  • Practice is concentrated in the fields of employment, health care, construction, I-9s, E-Verify, Human Resources, EEOC, DOL, Davis-Bacon, NLRB, ERISA, OSHA training, investigations and drugs and alcohol
  • Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America
  • Frequent speaker and author on a variety of employment, OSHA, drug and alcohol, disciplining and terminating employees, I-9, respect at work and anti-harassment topics
  • Co-editor of three books on human resources, employment law, and I-9 and E-Verify, published by the American Chamber of Commerce Resources, LLC
  • Recipient of Arizona Business magazine‚Äôs 2008 Centers of Influence Award, which recognizes the 10 leading attorneys in Arizona
  • Named one of Arizona's finest lawyers, 2014 to date
  • J.D. degree, cum laude, Arizona State University; B.S. degree in business administration, magna cum laude, Arizona State University
Responding To EEOC Charges
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