EEO Complaints and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Hearings
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Discrimination in the workplace should never be tolerated. The repercussions of discrimination can have a significantly negative impact on an individual's life and ability to function in the work environment. Victims of discrimination often face the prospect of financial hardship and unnecessary and excessive emotional stress that can affect every aspect of life. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission hears cases brought by federal employees against their agencies after the agency has investigated the formal complaint of discrimination.
Once a federal employee requests a hearing before the EEOC, the EEOC assigns an administrative judge to oversee the case. The EEOC's hearing process very much mirrors the process that occurs in a civil court, but at the end of the process, a hearing is held before an administrative judge instead of having a trial before a jury. The administrative judges take witness testimony and review exhibits and determine liability as well as damages.
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You can rest assured that the attorneys at The Federal Practice Group Worldwide Service can answer any questions you may have about the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. It is very important to know that any actions you take to bring an EEOC complaint against your federal agency cannot be used against you.
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The EEOC's regulations also protects federal employees from being discriminated against for complaining about discrimination, filing a discrimination claim, or participating in any way in an investigation or lawsuit related to a discrimination claim or EEO complaint. Do not allow fear or nervousness about retaliation or other repercussions stand in the way of taking action. The attorneys at The Federal Practice Group Worldwide Service are there to assist you with every step of the process.
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