Visualizing Charges Filed With the U.s. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Since 1992 #infographic

Visualizing Charges Filed With the U.s. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Since 1992 #infographic

It's common knowledge and luckily a societal practice that discrimination based on age, race, colour, religion, disability, and more is unethical, but did you know it's also illegal in many situations? The United States Commission on Equal Employment Opportunities, also known as the U.S. EEOC was created with one aim in mind: to protect against discrimination all workers and individuals pursuing jobs with any organization. The EEOC also takes public allegations of discrimination, no lawyer needed. If, for whatever reason, you are discriminated against or have seen an employee discriminated against, you can file an complaint with the EEOC to start an investigation.

This YourLawyer.com (Parker Waichman LLP) chart timeline breaks down the cumulative charges paid for each year from 1992 to 2019. This means that you can see the total number of cases of racial discrimination, and equate that number to everything from cases of sex discrimination to disability and even cases of genetic discrimination.

Visualizing Charges Filed With the U.s. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Since 1992 #infographic

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