EEOC Complaints Process
It is required that you file a complaint with the EEOC to be reviewed and analyzed before you can file for a personal lawsuit against a federal employer. The EEOC will then further investigate the matter and may give the employee a letter allowing them to file a lawsuit. The claims process has specific requirements and procedures and should be addressed with the assistance of a qualified attorney. As with any government agency, errors in filing or improper paperwork can lead to delays and denials. If you need help with filing an EEOC complaint, contact an employment law attorney today.
Sufficient information must be provided to aid the EEOC in conducting their investigation. The more thoroughly the case is documented the more likely that a positive outcome will be achieved. Any and all documentation that can support the claim should be included in the submission. The EEOC will conduct an investigation to determine the facts and events to prove the legitimacy of your claim. If there were any witnesses, providing their names and contact information is an important part of the documentation and supporting evidence submitted. The complaint should include any emails or memos that could be used as evidence. The next step will be for the EEOC to contact your employer and to investigate the matter further.
Quality Representation for EEOC Complaints
The attorneys at The Federal Practice Group Worldwide Service represent federal employees both nationwide and internationally throughout the EEOC complaint process. With over 100 years of combined legal experience, you can be assured that you have high quality and experienced representation. The EEOC complaint process can often be very time consuming and tedious. The legal team at The Federal Practice Group Worldwide Service has the knowledge and expertise to help you through the process. Whether you are a federal employee in America or you are working internationally the firm can represent you and help you file a complaint. They specialize in a wide variety of cases and could represent your interests before various administrative forums and the EEOC. The complexities and nuances of the EEOC complaint process can be intimidating and complex. The federal employment law attorney from the firm will assist you through the process and zealously protect your right to the justice you deserve.