The attorneys at the Federal Practice Group specialize in representing federal employees, wherever you work, in the various administrative processes available to them, including the EEO complaint process and hearings and appeals before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). If you are a federal employee facing discrimination, please contact us to arrange for a consultation with one of our attorneys, all of whom have successfully assisted our clients in the EEO complaint process to obtain the relief they needed to move on with their federal careers and livelihoods.
Federal Employees are protected by several anti-discrimination laws that guarantee Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) in employment based on protected classes such as race, national origin, sex, pregnancy, religion, age, and disability. If a federal agency infringes upon a federal employee's EEO rights, the employee may file an EEO complaint and pursue that complaint with their agency, and then if the complaint is unresolved, take the issue to the EEOC for a hearing or appeal or file a civil action in an appropriate U.S. district court.
The EEO complaint process can often be long and confusing, which is why it is critical to hire experienced counsel such as the federal employment law attorneys at FPG to get the results you need to move on with your career with the federal government.
If you are interested in more details about EEO/Discrimination Complaints, and the various types of issues that may affect different protected classes, and the EEO complaint process, please view the pages below:
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