If you are the victim of discrimination, or believe that you may have lost
a job, failed to be promoted, or suffered any indignity due to your age,
race, color, sex, religion, nation of origin, or a disability, you have
rights under federal law. The EEOC, the U.S.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, manages these cases, and you have a right to file a claim against any
federal employer when you have been the victim of this illegal activity.
Filing charges against a federal employer can be a daunting prospect, and how the
EOCC complaint process is managed can have a significant impact on the final outcome
of the claim. At The Federal Practice Group Worldwide Service, the legal
team is very familiar with the process of filing a discrimination claim
and how to successfully bring these important legal issues to resolution.
You have rights and are protected from discrimination under federal law.
That does not mean that you won't face serious and traumatic discrimination
problems in a federal job. Sometimes, acts of discrimination are justified
by other seemingly valid reasons, or with covert actions to avoid legal
repercussions when discrimination is discovered.
Federal Employees and Cases of Discrimination
Victims of discrimination are often concerned about retaliation if they
file a claim. It is crucial that you have legal representation from a
lawyer from the firm to assist you through the process and to ensure that
your rights are not violated. The legal team at the firm has extensive
experience in this area of federal law and provides representation to
clients in discrimination claims both within U.S. borders as well as worldwide.
Ensuring that you have an experienced legal advocate to carefully manage
every aspect of your discrimination claim is not only reassuring, it could
increase the possibility of a favorable outcome in your claim. The firm
has over 100 years of combined experience in federal employment law and
is committed to seeking justice for those who have suffered from discrimination
in the workplace.