EEOC Charges for 2011

The EEOC has reported that in 2011 it received a record 99,947 charges of discrimination – up slightly from the 2010 record.
  • Employers paid $455.6 million (through enforcement, mediation and litigation); $51 million over 2010.
  • The largest number of charges (37.4%) were based on retaliation.
  • Race discrimination charges were second highest at 35.4%.
  • Race and sex discrimination charges decreased from 2010; disability and age discrimination increased.

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