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ANNUALFEDEML EQUALEMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

STATISTICAL
REPORTOF DISCRIMINATIONCOMPLAI
NTS

AGENCYRESOURCES
COUNSELING
788 A ToTALNUMBERoFTNDTvTDUALScouNsELED
a. TOTAL WORK FORCE
735 1. NUMBERoFrNDrvrDUALscouNsELEDwrrHrN30DAys

53 2. NUMBER couNsELEDwrrHrN3l To go DAys


oF rNDrvrDUALS

0 3. NUMBERoFTNDTvTDUALscouNsELEDBEyoNDgoDAys

0 4. NUMBERoFTNDTvTDUAL.couNsELEDDUEToREMAND'

NON.ADRSETTLEMENTS
DURINGGOUNSELING

B. NON-ADRSETTLEMENTSWITH MONETARY

STAFF TRAINING

1, NEWSTAFF-TOTAL
STAFF RECEIVINGREQUIRED
132 c. NoN-ADRsETTLEMENTs
wrrH NoN-MoNETARv
BENEFTTs 32 OR MOREHOURS
STAFF RECEIVING8 OR MORE
HOURS, USUALLYGIVEN TO
EXPERIENCEDSTAFF
A. COMPLAINTSON HAND AT THE BEGINNING STAFF RECEIVINGNO
OF THE REPORTINGPERIOD TRAININGAT ALL

a. STAFFRECEIVINGREOUIRED

STAFF RECEIVING32 OR

1078 D ToTALcoMpLAtNTs(sumoftinesA+B+c)
STAFF RECEIVINGNO
10&l E.coMpLArNTsrNLINED THATwERENoT coNsoLrDArED TRAININGAT ALL

281 REpoRTpERroD
F. coMpLArNTsrNLINEE cLosED DuRTNG
DOES THE EEO DIRECTORREPORT
14 G.coMpLATNTsTNLTNEDTHATWERE
coNsoLrDATED TO THE AGENCY HEAD?

0 REpoRTpERroD
H. coMpLArNTstN LINEG cLosED DuRTNG 2. IF NO, WHO DOES THE EEO DIRECTORREPORTTO?
Yvonne Hinkson
797 r. coMpLATNTsoNHANDATTHEENooFTHE
REPORTINGPERIOD (Line D - (sum of Linss F+H)) rtrLE: AssociateGeneral Counsel. OGC/DCE
305 J. rNDrvrDUALsFTLTNG
coMpLATNTS

6 6. NUMBERoFJorNTpRocEsslNcUNrrsFRoM

EEOCFORM462 (REVISEDJUNE2OO2) RCSNUMBER0288-EEGAN


2O-Jun-2002
PART IV. BASESAND ISSUESALLEGED IN COMPLAINTSFILED

BASIiS OF ALLEGED DISCRIMINATION


RACE COLOR REUCION RTPRISAL sEx NATIONALORIGIN EQUAL AGE DISABTLTTY TOTAL TOTAT TOTAL
BASES ]OMPLAINTS COMPLAINANTS
ISSUESOF AMR NDNV MER ASN BIACK wffi M&A fME trPNC qH4 W FEUE W& PHY$C& BY TSSUE BY ISSI'E BY ISSIJE
ALLEGED PACTnC

DISCRIMINATION NATIVE NLNDN <<NEW>> <<NEW>>

\. A!rcINTMST/HIru 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4

ASICNMANT Of DMIE 0 0 o 0 2 0 7 49 24 24
0 1 0 0 0 5 2 3 0 0 0 16 9 9

'. @NVNONrcFULLTIW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o o o o n o
i. DSCIPLINARY AMON 2 1 16 5 0 24 7 18 3 b 9 96 40 40

D!MOTION o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UPruMAND 0 0 0 2 0 0 1
,| 0 o

SUSPENSION 1 o 0 12 4 4 0 I 39 16 16
1 I 8 0 9 2 13 1 7 48 21 21
I after ot lnalnr.lldn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0

d R6f6ned to OPR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

?. Oral R€prlmand 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
'15
F. DSY HOUS
1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 i

1 0 10 3 0 0 8 z 4 0 0 37 19 19

I.NNAIOMH
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0

roSSMT
0 2 46 21 0 6 84 21 66 3 10 20 o 15 300 153 148

0 2 46 2'1 0 6 72 t9 45 3 10 o 15 265 128 '123


NON.SqUAL

,. MEDIqI qAMINATION 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0
PAY INCLUDINC OVBRTME 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
1 1 20 I n 31 14 14 4 6 28 q
142 63 63
0 0 2 2 U 0 2 0 0 5 0 2 IE
8 I
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
DIREflED 0 0 0 J 0 0 0 2 15 8 A

). ruNSATAMAM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
.|@MEM 0 0 u 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I
o 0 o o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o 0

T, TEUWNDITIONS OF EMPMYMENT 0 2 7 0 I 2 2 4 2 I 4 44 24 24
i. lME AND ANENDANCE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 u 0 0 0 0 0

T. TMININC 1 0 0 0 5 1 0 18 8 o

J, OTEER O

. OPR lnvostloetlm o o o o d o o o o o ft o o n o n d

L EroreoB Infomation 0 0 0 o 0 o o 0 o 0 0 o 0 0 o o 0
!. Parbman@ lmp@wment Plan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4. SAPP Scor€ 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0
Beneflts 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
IOTAL ISSUESBY BASES 4 o 117 54 0 t2 193 c5 l2a 15 zo 0 1 (6 15 5'l
rOTAL COMPlrlJNrS FLED BY BASES 3 I 106 52 0 156 48 l04 l1 23 0 I 65 13 45

rOTAL COMPLAINANTS BY BASES 3 I 103 52 12 147 48 t03 23 o 1 63 13 45


EEOC FORM 462 (REVTSEDMAY 2002)
PART V - SUMMARY OF CLOSURESBY STATUTE
A. I'IAIUIE (]FASINGLECOMPLAINTHASMULTIPLESTATUTESRECORDEACHONTHEAPPROPRIATELINE.)

245 1. TITLEVll

59 2. AGE DtsRtMlNATtoNtN EMpLoyMENTAcr (ADEA)

46 3. REHABILITATION
ACT

4. EQUALPAYACT(EPA)

B. TOTALBYSTATUTES

351 THIS NUMBERMAY BE LARGERTHANTHE TOTALNUMBEROF COMPLAINTS


CLOSED.
'A1+A2+A3+A4)

PART VI SUMMARYOF CLOSURESBY CATEGORY


TOTAL TOTAL AVERAGE

NUMBER DAYS DAYS


q. TOTAL NUMBEROF CLOSURES l+2+3 241 t4424 620.73
1, WITHDRAWALS 27 124V6 4b9.56

2. SETTLEMENTS 29 19975 688.79


3. FINALAGENCYDECISIONS (B+C) 225 142041 631.29
B. FINALAGENCYDECISIONSWITHOUTAN ADMINISTRATIVE
JUDGEDECISION n+2+3\ 144 154886
1. FINDINGDISCRIMINATION 4 4333 1083.25
2. FINDINGNO DISCRIMINATION 68 73153 1075.78

3. DISMISSALOF COMPLAINTS 72 77400 1075.00


JUDGE(AJ) DECISION
. FINALAGENCYACTIONSI/Y'IHAN ADMINISTRATIVE (1+2+3) 81 91474

1. AJ DECISIONFULLYIMPLEMENTED (a+b) 61 68888


(a) FINDINGDISCRIMINATION 0 0 0.00
(b) FINDINGNO DISCRIMINATION 61 68888 1129.31
2. AJ DECISIONNOT FULLYIMPLEMENTED (a+b) 0 0
(a) FINDINGDISCRIMINATION (i+ii+iii) 0 0 0.00
i. AGENCYAPPEALEDFINDINGBUT NOT REMEDY 0 0 0.00
ii. AGENCYAPPEALEDREMEDYBUT NOT FINDING 0 0 0.00
iii. AGENCYAPPEALEDBOTH FINDINGAND REMEDY 0 0 0.00
(b) FINDINGNO DISCRIMINATION 0 0 0.00
3. DISMISSALOF COMPLAINTS 20 22586 1129.30

EEOC FORM 462 (REVTSEDMAY 2002)

20-Jun-2002
PART VII SUMMARY OF COMPLAINTS CLOSED WITH CORRECTTVEACTION
DURING FORMAL COMPLAINT STAGE

NUMBER AMOUNT
A. TOTAL COMPLAINTSCLOSEDWITH CORRECTIVEACTION 33
B . CLOSURESWITH MONETARYBENEFITS 18 $ 87152.56
1. BACKPAY/FRONTPAY 11 s 55652.56
2. LUMPSUMPAYMENT 7 $ 31500.00

C. CLOSURESWITH NON-MONETARY
BENEFITS 23

D. CLOSURESWITH COMPENSATORYDAMAGES 3 $ 75000.00

CLOSURESWITH ATTORNEY'SFEESAND COSTS 5 g 50489.16


NUMBER
WITH NUMBERWITH

ryPES OF CORRECTIVEACTION MONETARY


BENEFITS NON-MONETARY
BENEFITI
. HIRE 4 2
a. RETROACTIVE 2 0
b. NON-RETROACTIVE 2 2

2. PROMOTION 4 2
a. RETROACTIVE 2 0
b. NON-RETROACTIVE 2 2

3. DISCIPLINARYACTION 2 3
a. RESCINDED 2 2
b. MODIFIED 0 1

4. REINSTATEMENT 3 3

5. REASSIGNMENT 1 1

6. PERFORMANCEEVALUATIONMODIFIED 2 2

7. PERSONNEL
FILEPURGEDOF ADVERSEMATERIAL 6 6

8. ACCOMMODATION 0 0

9. TRAINING/TUITION/ETC. 2 2

10. LEAVERESTORED 4 4

11. Inspection
ReportNotUsed

12. Posta Notice

13. Performance
Award
(REVTSED
EEOCFORM462 APR|L2002)
PARTVIII SUMMARYOF PENDINGCOMPLA]NTSBY CATEGORY
NUMBER NUMBER AVERAGE NUMBEROF DAYSPENDING
PENDING OF DAYS DAYS FOR OLDESTCASE
\. TOTAL COMPLAINTSPENDING(SAMEAS PART ll Line l) (1+2+3+4) 797 215072

1. COMPLAINTS
PENDINGWRITTENNOTIFICATION 23 1252 54.43 167

2.COMPLAINTS
PENDINGIN INVESTIGATION 130 15600 120.00 356

]. COMPLAINTS
PENDINGIN HEARINGS 473 178000 376.32 860
't75
I. COMPLAINTS
PENDINGA FINALAGENCYDECISION 171 20220 118.25

PART IX SUMMARYOF INVESTIGATIONS


COMPLETED
TOTAL TOTAL DAYS ryERAGE DAYS
\. INVESTIGATIONS
COMPLETEDDURINGREPORTINGPERIOD (1+3)
269 69814
1, INVESTIGATIONS BY AGENCYPERSONNEL
COMPLETED (a+b+c)
64 23379 365.30
a. INVESTIGATIONS
COMPLETEDIN 180 DAYS OR LESS
15 2224 148.27
COMPLETEDIN 181.360 DAYS
b. INVESTIGATIONS
11 2421 220.09
c. INVESTIGATIONS
COMPLETEDIN 361 OR MOREDAYS
38 1873r' 493.00
2. COSTOFAGENCYINVESTIGATIONS
256000.00
3. INVESTIGATIONSCOMPLETEDBY CONTRACTORS (a+b+c)
205 46435 226.51
a. INVESTIGATIONS
COMPLETEDlN 180 DAYSOR LESS
81 11329 139.86
COMPLETEDIN 181.360 DAYS
b. INVESTIGATIONS
96 21386 222.77
c. INVESTIGATIONS
COMPLETEDIN 361 OR MORE DAYS
28 13720 490.00
4. COST OF CONTRACTORINVESTIGATIONS
922500.00

EEOC FORM 462 (REVTSEDJUNE 2002)

25-Jun-2002
PARTX SUMMARYOF ADR PROGRAMACTIVITIES
INFORMALPHASE(PRE-CoMPLAINT)
COMPLAINTS COMPLAINANTS DAYS IAVERAGE DAYS
q. ADR PENDING FROM PREVIOUS REPORTINGPERIOD 0 0
3. INDIVIDUALSCOUNSELEDTHROUGHADR 0 0
ADR ACTIONS FOR CURRENT REPORTINGPERIOD
1. ADROFFERED 28 28
2, REJECTEDBYCOMPLAINANT 0 0
3. REJECTEDBYAGENCY 0 0
4 TI1TAI ANNtrPTtrN INTTT ANP 28 28
). RESOURCESUSED n+2+3+4+5+8+n 28 28
1 . INHOUSE 4 4
2. ANOTHERFEDERALAGENCY 20 20
J.
PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS,CONTRACTORS,
BAR ASSOCIATIONS,INDIVIDUALVOLUNTEERS
OR COLLEGUUNIVERSITYPERSONNEL 4 4
4 . MULTIPLE RESOURCES USED (Please speciry) 0 0
5.
6.
7.
ADR ATTEMPTS (1+2+3+a+5+6+7+8+9+1o+'l'l+12) 28 28 910 32.50
1. MEDIATION 22 22 705 32.05
2. serrteueNTcoNFERENcES 0 0 0 0.00
3. eRntYNEUTRALEVALUATToNS 0 0 0 0.00
4. rRctrtNotxe 0 0 0 0.00
5. FACILITATION 6 6 205 u.17
6.oMeuost\tlr.l 0 0 0 0.00
T.utttt-tRtru-s 0 0 0 0.00
8. peenReuEw 0 0 0 0.00
9. MULTIPLETECHNIQUESUSED (Pleasespecifi/) 0 0 0 0.00
't0.
11.
12.
STATUS OF CASES COMPLAINTS COMPLAINANTS DAYS ryERAGEDAYS
1. TOTAL CLOSED (a+b+c+d+e+D 27 27 1000 37.04
a. SETTLEMENTSWITH BENEFITS lUoretary
andNormtary) I I 320 40.00
b. xo roRuRt CoMPLATNTFILED 4 160 40.00
C. NO RESOLUTION 15 520 34.67
d. Witttdrawal
e.

f.
2. r)DtrN lN\/trNT.)eY - AnEr crtrNnlNe 40 tfO.00

BENEFITSRECEIVED COMPLAINTS COMPLAINANTS AMOUNT


1. MONETARY (TNSERTTOTAL) 4 4 s 28183.00
a. COMPENSATORYDAMAGES 1 1 $ 14500.00
b. BACKPAY/FRONTPAY 2 2 r 12183.25
c. LUMP SUM 0 0 c 0.00
d. AfiORNEY'S FEES AND COSTS 0 0 s 0.00
g, Sp€dalAriAwad 1 s 1500.00
f. S
d s
2. NON-MONETARY(INSERT TOTAL) 4 4

a. NEWHIRES 0 0
b. PROMOTIONS 0 0
c. REINSTATEMENTS 0 0
d. EXPUNGEMENTS 0 0
e. TRANSFERS 3 3
f. REMOVALS RESCINDEDAND VOLUNTARY RESIGNATIONS 0 0
g. REASONABLEACCOMMODATIONS 0 0
h. TMINING 2
i. APOLOGY 1 1

j. Lsave
k. BetterCommunicationMethods
t- Rating/DisdplinaryAc{ion
Chang€
EEOCFORM462 (REVISEDJUNE2002) PAGE 6
20n un-2002
PARTXI SUMMARYOF ADR PROGRAMACTIVITIES
FORMALPHASE
COMPLAINTS COMPLAINANTS DAYS WERAGE DAYS
\. ADR PENDING FROM PREVIOUS REPORTING PERIOD o
'. AUN AU I I9IID TtJK \,UKKtrN I KtrTrJK I INg TEKI(JU

1. ADROFFERED 4 4
2. REJECTEDBYCOMPLAINANT o 0
3. REJECTEDBYAGENCY
4. TOTALACCEPTEDINTOADR 4 4

RESOURCESUSED (1+2+3+4+5+6+7) 4 4

1. INHOUSE 1

2. ANOTHERFEDERALAGENcY
3. pRrvATE oReANrzATroNS, coNTMcroRS,
BAR ASSOCIATIONS,INDIVIDUALVOLUNTEERS
OR COLLEGEruNVERSITYPERSONNEL 0 0
4. MULTIPLERESOURCESUSED(Pleasespecifo) 0 U

e;.
). ADRATTEMPTS{1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11+12) 4 4 125 3125

1, MEDIATION 3 105 35.00


2. setrtelterut coNFERENGES 0 0 0 0.ul
3. enRty rueutRll EVALUATIoNS 0 0 0 0.00
4. FACTF|ND|NG 0 0 0 0.00

5. FACILITATION 20 20.q)
6.otrlguDsMAN 0 0 0 0.(x,
7.M|N|-TR|ALS 0 0 0 0.00
s.PEERREVIEW 0 0 0 0.00
9. MULTIPLETECHNIQUESUSED(Pleasespecify) 0 0 0 0.m
10.
11.
12.
STATUS OF CASES COMPLAINTS COMPLAINANTS DAYS WERAGE DAYS
1. TOTAL CLOSED (a+b+cld+e+o 4 4 t25 3125

a. SETTLEMENTSWITH BENEFITS (tuonetary


andN*monetary) 2 2 80 40.00
b. wttnDRnwlt FRoM EEo pRocEss 0 0 0 0.00
C'NORESOLUTION 2 45 22.50
d.

f.
2. OPENINVENTORY.ADRPENDING 0 0 0 0.00
BENEFITS RECEIVED COMPLAINTS COMPLAINANTS AMOUNT
1. MONETARY(NSERT rOTAL) 15m06.00

a. COMPENSATORY
DAMAGES o 0 0.00
b. BACKPAY/FRONTPAY 0 0 $ 0.00

c. LUMPSUM $ 150000.00

d. ATTORNEYSFEESAND COSTS 0 0 0.00


e. QSI 6000.00

t.
d

2. NON.MONETARY(NSERT TOTAL) o 0

a. NEW HIRES 0 0

b, PROMOTIONS 0 0

c. REINSTATEMENTS 0 0

d, EXPUNGEMENTS 0 0

e. TRANSFERS 0 0

f. REMOVALSRESCINDEDAND VOLUNTARYRESIGNATIONS 0 0

g. REASOI',IABLEACCOMMODATIONS 0 0

h. TRAINING 0 0
i. APOLOGY 0 0

i Reassignment 0 0
k. PerformanceRating o 0
I
EEOCFORM462 (REVTSEO
JUNE2002)
2*tun-2002
PARTXII SUMMARYOF ADR PROGRAMACTIVITIES
TRAININGAND RESOURCES
NUMBER TRAINED
A. BASICADR ORIENTATION
TRAINING

lr. lunNncens 1725 400

lz. leuploYeEs 32160 0


NUMBER
B. EMPLOYEESTHATCAN PARTICIPATE
IN ADR 33885
NUMBER
IN HOUSESTAFFRESOURCESAVAILABLEFORADR 274
1. FULLTIME 19
2. PARTTIME 1
3. COLLATERALDUIY 2il
AMOUNT
). ADR FUNDINGSPENT $ 1e641.46

AND GONTACTINFORMATION
CERTIFICATION
certifythat the EEO complaintdata containedon this report, EEOC Form 462, Annual Federal Equal EmploymentOpportunityStatistical
Reportof Disoimination Complaints,for the reportingperiod October1, 2001throughSeptember30, 2002 are a@urateand complete.

ryPED NAME AND TITLE OF CERTIFYING OFFICIAL:

rypEDNAME oF pREpARen.ElizabethK Blackmon,SupervisoryEEO Specialist


ANDTTTLE

JIGNATURE OF PREPARER:

>arc. 1111512002 tELEpHoNE 202-514-6165


NUMBER: s-y41s.eblackmon@bop.gov
fhis teport is due to the following address on or before October 31st:

U.S. Equal Employment Opporlunity Commission


Offrce of Federal Operations
Fedenl Sector Programs
1801L Street,NW
Washinqton. DC 2A507

EEOCFORM462 (REV|SEDMAY2002)
Appendix A - Gomments

Part2
Due to increasedawarenessofthe EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.

Part 3
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.Two new investigatorswere hiredin FY2002

Part 6
The numberequal. The computeris not addingthe fithdrawals.
LineAl - We have beenworkingon workingthroughthe oldest casesand it shouldnot be a recuning problem.

LineA2 - We have been workingon workingthroughthe oldest casesand it shouldnot be a recuningproblem.

81 - We have beenworkingon workingthroughthe oldest casesand it shouldnot be a recuning problem.

B2-Wehave beenworkingon workingthroughthe oldest casesand it shouldnot be a recurringproblem.

BlWe have beenworkingon workingthroughthe oldest casesand it shouldnot be a recuning problem.

C1 (b)-Wehave beenworkingon workingthroughthe oldest cases and it shouldnot be a recuningproblem.

C3-Wehave beenworkingon workingthroughthe oldest casesand it shouldnot be a recuningproblem.

PartT
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.

Part 8
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.

Part 9
There were severalinvestigationsthat had been initiatedby a contractinvestigator,who was then pulledaway from the investigation.The agencyinvestigatorswere
then assignedto these investigations.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.

Part10
data conect
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints-
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO prgcess,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.

Part11
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints-
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.

Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.


Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.
Due to increasedawarenessof the EEO process,we have had an increasein complaints.