FisherBroyles’ Employment Counsel and partner Amy Epstein Gluck quoted in Law360’s article, “EEOC’s Pandemic Operations Get High Marks From Lawyers.”

Jul 26, 2021
  • Employment Law
  • FisherBroyles News

“The [EEOC] also raised a concern in last week’s announcement about whether certain communities or demographic groups may have struggled more with online access, impeding their efforts to connect with agency representatives about their case,” writes Law360’s Anne Cullen. FisherBroyles’ Employment Counsel and partner Amy Epstein Gluck agreed that, while most corporate clients were unaffected, certain groups might face challenges interacting with the EEOC online such as older Americans and those in rural communities.

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