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December 3, 2012
18:49 EDTWTSLAEEOC concludes investigation of Wet Seal
The Wet Seal announced that the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has concluded its investigation of the company. A month ago, with the support of its newly-formed Board of Directors and President & COO, Wet Seal voluntarily collaborated with the EEOC on an extensive program designed to continue to promote diversity and protect all employees and employment candidates from discrimination. The EEOC advised Wet Seal that it had closed the charges that had been pending as part of its investigation with the exception of only one, a charge by former employee Nicole Cogdell. The EEOC did not find evidence of discrimination on any charge other than a finding on a part of Cogdell's individual claim arising from alleged actions by a former executive who left the company in 2011. The company will present its defense to that claim in court. The company's new leadership team has been unequivocally vocal about its commitment to equal employment opportunity in all employment practices, as well as a work environment that is free from unlawful discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Many new programs have been added to its equal opportunity program, including training of its work force.
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