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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently announced its intention to increase its focus on eradicating discrimination against women in the workplace through a variety of existing and potentially new mechanisms. In early June, EEOC Vice Chairwoman Jenny Yang identified an agency-wide focus on sex discrimination and pay issues for women, stating that although advances have been made in how women are treated in the workplace, some biases (whether conscious or unconscious) remain.

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