EEO in the Federal Sector (EEOP7012)

EEO in the Federal Sector

EEO in the Federal Sector


Understand the key provisions of EEO laws as they affect federal employment. Learn about prohibited forms of discrimination; the federal EEO complaint process; techniques for identifying and avoiding workplace discrimination, harassment, and retaliation; and supervisory responsibility for affirmative employment in the federal sector.

Who Should Attend?

All federal employees.




1.8 CEU's

Class Type:

This course is currently being offered in the following training modalities:

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify agency responsibilities for establishing and maintaining EEO and affirmative employment programs
  • Discuss the history of EEO in the federal government
  • Understand the role and responsibilities of EEO and HR practitioners in the EEO program
  • Explain the rights and responsibilities of federal employees, supervisors and managers under EEO regulations
  • Recognize EEO's place in the agency and how it interfaces with HR management

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Day one of three

  • The Federal EEO Program
    • Overview of EEO
    • Definition of EEO
    • Defining EEO in Terms of Mission Accomplishment
  • EEO Laws and Regulations
    • Civil Rights Act of 1964
    • Civil Rights Act of 1991
    • Equal Pay Act of 1963
    • Age Discrimination in Employment Act 1967
    • Rehabilitation Act of 1973
    • Veteran's Readjustment Act 1974
  • EEO Interface with Personnel Management
    • The EEO Program and its Interrelationship to Personnel Management


Day two of three

  • Affirmative Employment Program and FEORP
    • Agency Requirements
    • Definitions
    • Summary of AEP Instructions
    • Facts on FEORP
    • Computing the Under Representation Index
  • Special Emphasis Program
    • Role and Function of Special Emphasis Programs
    • Elements of Successful Special Emphasis Programs
  • EEO Advisory Committees
    • Responsibilities and Duties of the EEO Advisory Committee


Day three of three

  • EEO Complaint Process
    • Rights of Complainants and the Accused
    • EEO Complaint Process
  • Litigation Considerations
    • United States Court System
    • Theories of Relief
    • Burdens of Proof
    • Defining Issues and Bases
  • Federal Appellate Bodies
    • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
    • Merit Systems Protection Board
    • Offices of Personnel Management
    • Office of the Special Counsel
    • Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA)
  • Sexual Harassment
    • Define Sexual Harassment
    • Review of the Meritor Decision
    • Identifying Sexual Harassment
    • Burden of Proof
    • Quick and Appropriate Action

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