The Employer's Legal Resource: EEOC GOES DIGITAL


The EEOC has launched its Online Charge Status System. What does this mean?

There is a site for individuals who have filed charges of discrimination with the EEOC. They can check the status of their charges online.

For employers, you can receive and upload documents through the business portal. You can also communicate with the EEOC as to charges filed against your business through the business portal.

All new charges will be processed through the portals. Charges filed on or after September 2, 2015, are being moved to the portal. If you have a charge that was filed before September 2, 2015, it will continue to be processed outside the portal.

If you have active charges pending and have not yet received notice of this, you should soon. The site went live last month.

By Kristen L. Brightmire,

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