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EEOC Mediation Statistics FY 1999 through FY 2012 *


FY 1999 FY 2000 FY 2001 FY 2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012
Resolutions 4,833 7,438 6,987 7,858 7,990 8,086 7,900 8,202 8,649 8,840 8,498 9,362 9,831 8,714
Mediations Conducted 7,397 11,478 10,588 11,457 11,595 11,658 11,278 11,314 11,956 12,254 11,692 12,755 13,002 11,376
Resolution Rate 65.3% 64.8% 65.9% 68.5% 68.9% 69.4% 70.2% 72.5% 72.3% 72.1% 72.7% 73.4% 75.6% 76.6%
Average Closure Rate 86 days 96 days 84 days 82 days 85 days 82 days 81 days 97 days 88 days 97 days 106 days 100 days 101 days 101 days
Monetary Benefits $58.6 million $108.4 million $90.3 million $111.5 million $115.9 million $112.5 million $115.1 million $109.5 million $124 million $124.1 million $121.6 million $141.9 million $170 million $153.25 million
Persons Benefited Monetarily 4,271 6,175 5,897 6,967 6,896 6,882 6,826 6,917 7,400 7,638 7,512 8,245 8,725 7,488
Persons Benefited Non-Monetarily 993 1,034 927 1,002 1,005 1,204 1,095 1,285 1,047 976 986 1,117 1,106 912

* The sole non-monetary benefits calculation reflects the number of individuals that have obtained a benefit provided by an employer under the provisions or terms of a mediated settlement that are not current, retroactive, or projected monetary payments or adjustments. Examples of sole non-monetary benefits include: policy changes, change of work hours or job responsibilities, reasonable accommodation (disability or religious), training, job referral and posting of an anti-discrimination notice in the employer's workplace. Mediated settlement agreements may include either monetary or non-monetary benefits or a combination of both types of benefits."