(a) The division shall collect and report statewide information relating to employment
and housing discrimination complaints as required by this section.
(b) Each state fiscal year, the division shall collect and analyze information regarding
employment and housing discrimination complaints filed with the division, the Equal
Employment Opportunity Commission, the United States Department of Housing and Urban
Development, and local commissions in this state. The information must include:
(1) an analysis of employment complaints filed by the basis of the complaint, including:
(A) sex, race, color, age, disability, national origin, religion, and genetic information;
(B) retaliatory actions against the complainant;
(2) an analysis of housing complaints filed by the basis of the complaint, including
sex, race, color, disability, national origin, religion, and familial status;
(3) an analysis of employment complaints filed by issue, including discharge, terms
and conditions, sexual harassment, promotion, hiring, demotion, and layoff;
(4) an analysis of housing complaints filed by issue, including terms and conditions,
refusal to rent or sell, discriminatory financing or advertising, and false representation;
(5) an analysis of employment and housing cases closed by the reason the case was
closed, including findings or determinations of cause or no cause, successful conciliation,
right to sue issued, complaint withdrawn after resolution, no-fault settlement, failure
to cooperate by the complainant, and lack of jurisdiction; and
(6) the average processing time for complaints resolved by the division in each state
fiscal year, regardless of whether the complaint was filed in the same fiscal year
in which the complaint was resolved.
(c) The results of an analysis required under this section shall be included in the
commission's annual report to the governor and legislature.
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