Employees who have been the victims of discrimination can take legal action
by filing an EEOC complaint. The EEOC, or the
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, is an independent federal law enforcement agency designed to enforce
laws related to workplace
discrimination. Employees may file for discrimination complaints against employers through
the guidelines established by the EEOC. The EEOC will further investigate
your situation based on the complaint you filed.
In order to establish the validity of your claim, the EEOC may interview
witnesses and conduct extensive
employee investigations in your workplace. If you have faced discrimination as a federal employee
either within the U.S. or overseas, you are entitled to file a claim with
the EEOC against your employer in the United States. Contact a employment
law attorney if you need to file a claim with the EEOC.
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About Filing EEOC Complaints
Government employees nationwide or overseas who need representation before
various administrative forums such as the EEOC can hire a lawyer to represent
their case. The complex nature of this process can be more easily resolved
with representation from an experienced legal professional. If you are
being discriminated against in your workplace you have the right to file
a complaint and are afforded protection under federal law. An employer
cannot use an EEOC complaint against you as grounds for termination. Under
federal law, employers are prohibited from taking termination actions
against you as doing so is considered illegal retaliation. The employer,
if found guilty of retaliation, will be facing additional charges and
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