Nomination: Hearing Before the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, United States Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, Second Session, on Daniel Edward Leach, of Virginia, to be a Member of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, February 25, 1976

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Page 2 - The briefing, conducted by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance (OFCC) of the Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Department of Justice, was being broadcast from Washington simultaneously to 14 cities.
Page 10 - ... employers to implement the programs. The commission has direct liaison with state and local governments, employer and union organizations, trade associations, civil rights organizations, and other agencies and organizations concerned with employment of minority group members and women. The commission engages in and contributes to the cost of research and other mutual interest projects with state and local agencies charged with the administration of fair employment practices laws. The commission's...
Page 10 - General does not approve litigation or if a finding of no reasonable cause is made, at the conclusion of the administrative procedures (or earlier at the request of the charging party) a Notice of Right-toSue is issued that allows the charging party to proceed within 90 days in a Federal district court. In appropriate...
Page 10 - General in a case involving a government, governmental agency, or political subdivision, may bring an action for appropriate temporary or preliminary relief pending final disposition of such charge.
Page 10 - Fund products are not to exceed the cost of producing the materials or services provided, are to bear a direct relationship to the cost of providing such outreach, and are to be imposed on a uniform basis.
Page 10 - Right-to-Sue is issued that allows the charging party to proceed within 90 days in a Federal district court. In appropriate cases, the Commission may intervene in such civil action if the case is of general public interest. The investigation and conciliation of charges having an industrywide or national impact are coordinated or conducted by Systemic Investigations and Individual Compliance Programs, Office of Program Operations.
Page 10 - VII or the ADA has occurred. Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 covers Federal employees and applicants only. Charges Under Title VII Title VII prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin by private employers. State and local governments, and educational...
Page 10 - Commission's jurisdiction covers labor organizations, joint labor-management apprenticeship programs, and public and private employment agencies. Members of the Commission also may initiate charges alleging that a violation of title VII has occurred. Before investigation, a charge must be deferred for 60 days to a State fair employment practice agency where an enforceable fair employment practice law is in effect. After an investigation, if there is reasonable cause to believe the charge is true...
Page 9 - Commission (EEOC) are to end discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin in hiring, promotion, firing, wages, testing, training, apprenticeship, and all other conditions of employment; and to promote voluntary action programs by employers, unions, and community organizations to put equal employment opportunity into actual operation.
Page 9 - June 30, 1978, abolished the Equal Employment Opportunity Coordinating Council and transferred its duties to the Commission with responsibility for providing coherence and direction to the Government's...

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