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Week 1 HR talk HR case assignment HR Talk Question: As a marketing manager you have recently turned down Nancy Conrad for a position as sales supervisor. Nancy believes the denial was due to her gender and she has filed sex discrimination charges with the EEOC. Explain the steps the EEOC will use to process the charge; include Nancy's options during the process. Post 1 Since Ms. Conrad believes that I have turned her down for the position as sales supervisor due her gender, she has decided to fill discrimination charges to the EEOC. The EEOC is Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The steps to follow are first, Ms. Conrad should file a discrimination complaint or a charge form with the EEOC with 180 days of the alleged incident.…show more content…
Conrad only has 90 days to file. Now, if the EEOC finds “reasonable cause” then the commission with try to settle with both parties. There are there things that can happen one that the settlement can be successful and that would be the end of that or that it is unsuccessful and the EEOC files a sue which would end in the Federal District Court. The EEOC only has 180 days to file. Word Count: 374 Reference Snell, S., & Bohlander, G. (2013). Chapter 3: Equal Employment Opportunity and Human Resources Management. In Managing human resources (16th ed.). Mason, Ohio: South-Wester Post 2 Hello Ildanikie, Your explanation of the process is well written but I believe that you are missing key points. Some key points you are missing are that Ms. Conrad has 180 days to file after the day of the alleged occurrence. She also has the option of filing a discrimination complaint or a charge form all within that time frame. After one of those documents are submitted there are three things that can happen one the EEOC can determine to dismiss the charges and Ms. Conrad has the option to sue on her own, b but she has 90 days to do so. Another option is that the EEOC can perform an investigation and that would be a longer process. Or finally, they can make a settlement. If you go to page 124 on our HR book you can see a graph that explains the whole process as well as
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