Adam Sencenbaugh in HR Magazine: Shutdown, Drop in Number of Commissioners Put EEOC on Hold


HR Magazine talked with Haynes and Boone, LLP Partner Adam Sencenbaugh for an article about the effect of the partial government shutdown on operations at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

Here is an excerpt:

The agency's digital portals aren't working during the shutdown, mediations and hearings scheduled during the shutdown have been canceled, and the agency won't have the commissioners needed when it reopens to release major new guidance. ...

Once [the government] reopens, the EEOC also will rely on its new Office of Enterprise Data and Analytics, created in December 2018, to help it focus enforcement on industries or jobs where violations are more likely to be found, predicted Adam Sencenbaugh, an attorney with Haynes and Boone in Austin, Texas.

To read the full article, click here.

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