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EEOC Staff to Return to Office After Omicron Spike Delay (1)

March 8, 2022, 5:56 PMUpdated: March 9, 2022, 2:29 PM

EEOC senior leadership will return to in-person office work by the end of March, and the rest of the staff will transition from remote work as the Covid-19 virus ebbs, Commissioner Charlotte Burrows said in a March 4 email to agency staff.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has been operating remotely and delayed reopening its 50 offices around the country when the omicron variant spread at the beginning of 2022.

Commission staffers have been working “almost entirely through telework” since March 2020, the civil rights agency previously said. The EEOC halted in-person filings of charges last year, also when it ...

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