Oct 152015
 
 October 15, 2015  U.S., Workplace

FEDweek reports:

The EEOC has revised a policy aimed at protecting the privacy of federal employees who bring complaints of workplace bias and other violations under that agency’s authority, saying its solution made it difficult to use its decisions.

The EEOC in 2013 stopped using the complaining employee’s real name in the captions of its decisions, labeling them as “complainant” versus the pertinent employing agency, with an identifying number. However, the agency now will use a random name, generated by a computer program, consisting of a first name and last initial and that will have no relation to the employee’s actual name.

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