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By: Hadley
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Edition: 1st/2008
Sku: 08BOTC
ISBN: 1-934651-10-9
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(2008) Best of the Commission

Written by the late Ernest Hadley, longtime practitioner before the EEOC, lecturer on EEOC practice, and prolific author on EEOC law and practice, Best of the Commission compiles the most significant U.S. Supreme Court and EEOC Office of Federal Operations cases impacting federal sector EEO law through 2008. This text is for use by EEO specialists, agency and complainants’ attorneys, employee relations specialists and human relations specialists, union representatives, and others who practice before the Commission or administer agency EEO programs, and need some basic or refresher training on the following fundamentals of federal sector EEO law.

  • Intentional Discrimination—the tripartite analysis and mixed-motive cases
  • Adverse Impact—the effect of neutral criteria
  • Harassment—hostile work environment and same-sex harassment
  • Disability Discrimination—reasonable accommodation
  • Age Discrimination—the “but for” test and Older Workers Benefits Protection Act
  • Retaliation
  • Remedies and Damages—“make whole” relief and compensatory damages
  • Timeliness—serial or “recurring” violations
  • Sanctions—sovereign immunity
  • Contract Employees—the common law test of agency and liability for contractor harassment
  • Hearings—telephonic hearings and summary judgment
  • Attorney Fees—prevailing party determinations
  • Reference Resources—reference books and electronic resources

Also included is a detailed table of contents.

Available as a softcover book and/or a PDF file with many useful features delivered on a CD-ROM, USB Flash Drive, or download.

496 pages.

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