EEOC battles through legal rebukes, underfunding

10/9/2013 | CNNMoney/Fortune

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has been scolded at least four times in the past two months by judges who have cited the agency's failure to follow regulations while investigating workplace discrimination claims, Claire Zillman writes. Paul Secunda, a law professor at Marquette University, says the EEOC is underfunded and trying to pursue cases that have the broadest impact.

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