Why disclosing info to the EEOC is risky

10/17/2013 | Bloomberg BNA (free content)

Employers facing charges from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission should be careful about the facts they disclose to EEOC investigators, two employment lawyers say. If the plaintiff in an EEOC case files a federal lawsuit, they can request all the information that was disclosed during the EEOC case. "Facts can be really good, but they also can be used against an employer," lawyer Michael Petkovich says.

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