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John Bryson II and Eric Felsberg Discuss the EEOC Establishing Office of Enterprise Data and Analytics

John Bryson II and Eric Felsberg discuss the EEOC launching Office of Enterprise Data and Analytics, a new research office aimed at exposing employers to data about discrimination in "EEOC Pursues Deliberate Mission Creep," published by EHS Today.

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