EEOC Failed Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2018-2022.


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EEOC Failed Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2018-2022.

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The work of the Commission depends on the daily efforts of approximately 2,200 dedicated personnel, located in its headquarters and 53 field offices across the nation, to carry out the agency's mission. In creating the Strategic Plan, we sought the input of all members of the EEOC workforce in addition to the agency's leadership. 

Three values underlie the Strategic Plan, form the basis of our agency culture, and guide our daily work.

  • Commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity
  • Accountability
  • Integrity

Commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity:Congress entrusted the Commission with the responsibility of enforcing the nation's employment non-discrimination laws. These laws reflect Congress' vision of equal opportunity in our nation's workplaces. To honor the trust that has been given us, we must have an unwavering commitment to carrying out that vision.

63% of workers who file an EEOC discrimination complaint lose their jobs

Accountability:Like all federal agencies, the EEOC is accountable to the public it serves. We must therefore continue to demand excellence in ourselves and have systems in place to hold us accountable for that excellence. To this end, the Commission must ensure that the resources entrusted to us are used to advance the agency's mission, that the EEOC workforce has adequate training, and that the agency's processes are consistent and periodically evaluated and updated.

Integrity:The Commission has an obligation to be objective as it investigates charges in the private sector and adjudicates cases in the federal sector. If we conclude that unlawful discrimination has occurred, we have an obligation to advance the public interest and work to remedy the harm caused by discrimination. We also have an obligation to be an impartial adjudicator in federal sector cases. Moreover, every person we serve or interact with in the performance of our work and every member of the EEOC workforce is entitled to be treated with respect, courtesy, and professionalism.

Although the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for protecting America’s workers from discrimination, retaliation and harassment, a report by USA TODAY reveals that the federal agency has itself come under fire for unlawful workplace practices.

In keeping with these values, the Strategic Plan builds on the Commission's past successes, yet challenges us to do more. It requires us to take a critical look at what we have accomplished thus far and explore where there is room to improve. The plan prioritizes a coordinated, holistic approach to law enforcement, recognizing that operational and substantive silos have sometimes hampered the agency's efforts to prevent and remedy unlawful discrimination. Moreover, the plan emphasizes the importance of excellent customer service, while also focusing on our most valuable resource -- the EEOC workforce -- by prioritizing the importance of equipping and training our employees to provide that service.