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In October, it was reported that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed four cases against Oregon businesses in 2006, an unprecedented number since 1998. The EEOC district director noted that the EEOC is becoming “very aggressive,” and hinted that more lawsuits are yet to come.
Many state and federal laws provide a measure of lenience to employers who have taken steps to prevent discrimination and who take immediate corrective action upon learning of potential discrimination in the workplace (see the accompanying resources box). The following examination of the cases listed above exemplifies the importance of these measures.
In Berry v. Department of Social Services, the plaintiff complained that DSS allowed employees to use the conference room for other purposes, while prohibiting him from using it for prayer meetings. In finding that no unlawful discrimination had occurred, the court noted that the department records showed the room assignments had been made fairly and equitably, and that the plaintiff was not singled out for exclusion. (See tip 3.)
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