March 13, 2020 / 11:37 PM / 17 days ago

EEOC says Charter must comply with broad subpoena in pregnancy bias probe

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Friday moved to force Charter Communications Inc to turn over records on its treatment of pregnant and disabled field technicians in six states, after a single worker filed a pregnancy bias complaint.

The commission in a petition in Boston federal court said Charter has refused to comply with an administrative subpoena seeking the records, but the company’s claims that the EEOC’s demands are too broad and burdensome ring hollow.

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