Employers, human resource professionals and employment attorneys all have the same burning question on their minds: What is the Trump administration’s Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, with newly appointed Acting Chair Victoria A. Lipnic, going to do?

An important part of this conversation is understanding the ways in which the EEOC is able to wield its agency power. In other words, some EEOC actions and regulations are directly attributable to the agency itself, while other EEOC actions find support in our existing laws and their judicial interpretation.

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