Bloomberg BNA (04/23/12) Kevin P. McGowan
U.S. Sen. Michael Enzi (R-WY) and a coalition of employer representatives have sent separate letters to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the White House Office of Management and Budget to object to the EEOC’s closed-door process prior to likely commission votes April 25 on two enforcement guidances under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans With Disabilities Act. Enzi’s letter to EEOC chairman Jacqueline Berrien stated that EEOC’s intention to vote on revised guidance concerning companies’ use of arrest and conviction records without sharing the draft with agency stakeholders “confirms our view that this process has been done behind closed doors and the result will be an unwelcome surprise for conscientious employers hoping to expand hiring.”
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