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Immigrant, migrant and other vulnerable workers are too often subjected to discriminatory treatment in the workplace.
Many of today's workers are still subjected to pernicious forms of discrimination, including harassment.
The Chair is responsible for the administrative operations of the EEOC and for the hiring of personnel.The EEOC's General Counsel, also appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate, is responsible for the conduct of litigation pursuant to the agency's statutory authority.The EEOC is the nation's lead governmental enforcer of employment anti-discrimination laws and chief promoter of equal employment opportunity.These strategies should also ensure consistent and integrated enforcement throughout all three sectors - private, public, and federal.In adopting this SEP, the EEOC takes an important step toward fulfilling its mission to "stop and remedy discriminatory practices in the workplace" so that the nation can finally realize the vision of "justice and equality in the workplace." The U. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC or Commission) is a bipartisan body composed of five members who are appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate.