Federal agency found not to to be employer.
Complainant worked at Agency’s facility. Complainant was employed by a staffing agency which provided employees to the Agency. Complainant asserted claims of discrimination Agency under a Joint Employer theory. The EEOC dismissed finding that the Agency was not a joint employer of Complainant.
Robin H. v. Environmental Protection Agency https://www.eeoc.gov/sites/default/files/decisions/2021_08_31/2021001514.pdf
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