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Testing, testing.....EEOC Starts Its New Digital Charge Program

Employers in the Carolinas are part of an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC") test program designed to "streamline" the employment discrimination charge process. As of May 1st, the EEOC's field offices in Charlotte, North Carolina and San Francisco, California are using a new "Digital Charge" pilot program for employment discrimination charges filed against all employers who are not part of the federal government.
The new system requires employers to log in to the EEOC website to see the charge.


How is this program different? What should you be looking for? How can you make sure your employees don't mistake any notifications from the EEOC as a phishing scam?


Click here to read about the changes.


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