What To Expect During the EEOC Charge Filing Process

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What To Expect During the EEOC Charge Filing Process

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently announced changes to its discrimination charge intake process. In an effort to promote greater equity and inclusion for members of the LGBTQI+ community individuals who identify as non-binary will have the option to select gender “X” when filing a discrimination claim with the EEOC. Additionally, the EEOC will add Mx. as a prefix. According to EEOC Vice Chair Jocelyn Samuels, “Sexual orientation and gender identity are core aspects of every individual’s identity. The EEOC’s announcement that it will add a nonbinary gender marker to these forms will ensure that the identities of all those who come to our agency for assistance are acknowledged and embraced.”