The Equal Employment Practices Commission (EEPC) audits, evaluates, and monitors the City of New York’s employment programs, practices, policies, and procedures to ensure that municipal entities and the City as an employer maintain a properly structured, efficiently administered affirmative employment program of equal opportunity for minority group members and women employed by, or seeking employment with, City government. The EEPC advises and assists municipal entities in their efforts to establish affirmative plans, measures, and programs to provide, and educate employees about, equal employment opportunities; implement and maintain effective employment practices that are non-discriminatory; and utilize discrimination complaint investigation procedures that conform to federal, state and local laws, regulations, policies, and procedures. The EEPC is an independent, non-mayoral entity.
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