The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission concluded its 24th annual Examining Conflicts in Employment Laws Training Conference June 17. Throughout the conference, equal employment opportunity professionals joined leaders in human resources and employment law to discuss how recent case law and trends in the courts may impact organizations.
EEOC Chair Charlotte Burrows spoke during the opening session of the conference and outlined the agency's goals for eliminating employment discrimination and harassment against LGBTQ people. Burrows' remarks gave way to three days of sessions, which touched on topics ranging from workplace accommodations to medical leave.
Below, HR Dive has gathered its coverage of the conference.