The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission will not subject its workers to second round of furlough days, Federal News Radio reported Friday.
Shefali Kapadia writes the agency reached its decision after a two-week discussion period.
Jacqueline Berrien, EEOC chair, said in a memo obtained by the station that a second phase of furloughs would not be required to help the agency reach its targeted savings for fiscal year 2013.
Phase one of furloughs occurred between April 22 and July 2 with five days of unpaid leave for each employee, according to the report.
A second phase would have furloughed each worker an additional three days.