Continuing a long-term trend, race discrimination claims were the most frequently filed charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission during fiscal year 2007. “Corporate America needs to do a better job of proactively preventing discrimination and addressing complaints promptly and effective,” EEOC Chairwoman Naomi C. Earp said in releasing the agency’s 2007 job bias charge statistics.
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