Affirmative action plans which are part of Commission conciliation or settlement agreements.
(a) Procedures for review of plans. If adherence to a conciliation or settlement agreement executed under title VII and approved by a responsible official of the EEOC is the basis of a complaint filed under title VII, or is alleged to be the justification for an action challenged under title VII, the Commission will investigate to determine:
(1) Whether the conciliation agreement or settlement agreement was approved by a responsible official of the EEOC, and
(2) Whether adherence to the agreement was the basis for the complaint or justification.
If the Commission so finds, it will make a determination of no reasonable cause under § 1608.10(a) and will advise the respondent of its right under section 713(b)(1) of title VII to rely on the conciliation agreement.
(b) Reliance on these guidelines. In addition, if the affirmative action plan or program has been adopted in good faith reliance on these Guidelines, the provisions of section 713(b)(1) of title VII and of § 1608.10(b), of this part, may be asserted by the respondent.
Title 29 published on 2012-07-01
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