The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) was created by Title VII. The five-member commission makes equal opportunity policy and approves all litigation. The commission does not decide individual cases. If the EEOC finds there is a reasonable cause of action it may choose to litigate the case. If not, it will issue a right to sue letter that permits the charging party to take the case to court.
Please respond to the following prompt:
- What must the EEOC find for â€œreasonable cause of actionâ€ in any particular case? Why? Give an example.