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A position statement is a chance for employers to make a good first impression with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in response to a charge of discrimination.
“An effective position statement is clear, concise, complete and responsive,” the EEOC emphasized. “A position statement that simply denies the allegations without providing your position or supporting information is not sufficient.”
The position statement should refer to, but not identify, confidential information. The separate attachments should be labeled as such:
Sensitive Medical Information
Confidential Commercial Information
Confidential Financial Information
Trade Secret Information
The employer should explain the confidential nature of the information in the attachments.