To promote equality of opportunity in the workplace and enforce federal laws prohibiting employment discrimination.
Headquarters: Washington, D.C. Offices nationwide.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ranked 11th out of agencies in the 2010 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings with an index score of 60.2.
Hiring activities are decentralized with local offices handling recruitment and outreach activities. The agency’s recruitment and outreach efforts are aided by the public’s general knowledge of its mission, as well as its ongoing relationship with many special interest organizations.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has been operating under hiring limitations during the past several years. Most of the agency’s hiring activity has been to replace a portion of departing employees. The EEOC primarily hires investigators, attorneys and clerical support staff. Most of these positions are located in field offices.
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Partnership for Public Service projection based on historical hiring.
Demographics source: FedScope, OPM
Source: Fedscope 09/08
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