The EEOC’s Laws: Discrimination and Diversity-- SHRM CP 1.5 Credits

  • 20 Aug 2019
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
  • Redstone Federal Credit Union 220 Wynn Drive Huntsville, AL


This event qualifies for 1.5 SHRM CP recertification credits.
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Speaker: Eddi Daniel Abdulhaqq

Eddie (Eddi) Mary Daniel Abdulhaqq is the Outreach and Education Coordinator for the Birmingham District of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and is responsible for the district’s outreach, education, training, and technical assistance program for Alabama, Mississippi (except 17 northern counties), and the Florida Panhandle. Eddi has served the agency in both supervisory and non-supervisory positions since 1984.  Prior to assuming her present position, Eddi was an enforcement supervisor/systemic investigation coordinator.


Eddi received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Barnard College of Columbia University and Master of Professional Studies Degree from New York Theological Seminary.  Eddi has completed additional courses and training in anti-harassment, civility and the respectful workplace, advanced investigative skills, systemic investigations, class case development and litigation, federal sector EEO processes and procedures, negotiation and mediation skills, management development, presentation techniques, and other professional and career development courses.  Eddi conducts and customizes training, plans seminars and makes presentations to private employers, state and local government entities, federal agencies, employee/employer groups, professional associations, advocacy groups, and the general public about the EEOC, its mission and the laws it enforces.  Eddi is the recipient of two Chair’s Organizational Performance Awards (the highest honor conferred within the EEOC).

3 Learning objectives:

    I.  A person’s rights and responsibilities under the laws enforced by          the EEOC.

  II.  An employer’s rights and responsibilities under the laws enforced          by the EEOC and some employment actions that can be unlawful          discrimination and make the employer liable.

  III. Features of diversity that parallel bases covered by the EEOC’s               laws.

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