How do sexual harassment charges get resolved?


by Steven Davies on Jul 23, 2013 | Views: 106 | Score: 0
Settlements1367
Withdrawals with Benefits1150
Administrative Closures2635
No Reasonable Cause6658
Reasonable Cause761
Sources: eeoc.gov, eeoc.gov
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Steven Davies
Steven Davies on Jul 23, 2013 12:58 PM said:

In the majority of sexual harassment cases (53%), it is determined that there is no reasonable cause to believe that there was discrimination. When this happens, the charging party can bring private court action. 21% of cases close due to administrative reasons, including failure to contact the charging party, or having related litigation render the charge null and void.