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Go to the EEOC Newsroom www.EEOC.gov (on the EEOC homepage) and choose and article related to staffing.
Please help and provide ideas after reading the article (see the attached file).

1-Discuss the article.
2 -Discuss the legal context (the law) related to this article.
3-Go to the EEOC statistics. Discuss the filing trends for this law. (Be specific. Give numbers.)
4-What implications can an HR professional draw from the article and the filing trends regarding this law.

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1. At the EEOC Newsroom the article related to staffing selected is: "Court Denies Motion to Stop EEOC Race Discrimination Suit Against Rosebud Restaurants", http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/newsroom/release/4-9-15.cfm
According to the article a Chicago area Italian restaurant chain had violated federal laws by refusing to hire African Americans because of their race. The defendant's argument was that EEOCs complaint must be dismissed because it could not identify individual victims. This argument was rejected by the district court on 7th April 2015. The case is EEOC v. Rosebud Restaurants, Inc. et al., Civil Action No. 13-cv-6656. EEOC has alleged that there is widespread race discrimination. This was a case of systemic discrimination in hiring on the basis of race. This is a part of the EEOC's Strategic Enforcement Plan which sets forth the agency's priorities ...

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The response provides you a structured explanation of a newsroom article from EEOC related to staffing. It also gives you the relevant references.

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