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EEOC Representation

You may need assistance preparing a complaint or charge against your employer with the EEOC that alleges unlawful discrimination.

EEOC Representation

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) is a federal agency that enforces employment laws.  Employees can file complaints (called charges) with the EEOC for discrimination.  The EEOC will work with the parties to try to find a resolution.  To accomplish this, the EEOC offers a voluntary mediation process.  If the parties cannot resolve the matter through mediation, or if the parties do not agree to mediation, the EEOC will investigate the charge of discrimination.  If the EEOC cannot determine that unlawful discrimination has occurred, the complaint will be issued a Notice of Right to Sue, and will have ninety (90) days to sue in the appropriate federal court.  If the EEOC does find that discrimination occurred, the EEOC will attempt to reach a settlement with the employer.  If no settlement can be reached, the EEOC will decide whether it should file a lawsuit on behalf of the claimant/employee.  If no lawsuit if filed by the EEOC, the EEOC will then issue a Notice of Right to Sue.

Employees may need assistance in navigating the EEOC process.  You may need assistance in preparing a complaint/charge that alleges unlawful discrimination.  You may also need representation at EEOC mediations.  Or you may need guidance in responding to correspondence during the EEOC process.  Finally, employees may need to better understand the next steps once a Notice of Right to Sue has been received.

Rambsy Law can assist clients at all phrases of the EEOC process.  You may be considering filing an EEOC complaint/charge.  Or you may have received a Notice of Right to Sue and be unsure about the next steps.  You may simply have questions about the EEOC process.  Rambsy Law can provide assistance at all phases of the EEOC process.

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What Happens When You File an EEOC Claim

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

American with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Equal Pay Act (EPA)

Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA)

Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

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Rambsy Law is ready to meet you where you are. You don't have to do this alone. Our knowledgable and compassionate team is ready to review your case and discuss your options. We have a unique understanding of the obstacles you may face.

Learn more about your options and your legal rights, and get our team to help you do the heavy lifting as you maneuver the legal process. Contact Rambsy Law today.

 

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