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Peter J. Fox

Peter Fox’s Answers

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  • Is it bad to quit your job during an EEOC investigation?

    I have been harrassed at work for the last 3 years. I made a filed a complaint with the EEOC. I have to quit my job because of my health - exacerbation of depresson, ADHD, migraines, and anxiety.

    Peter’s Answer

    If you do decide to quit your job, you should advise your employer that since your filing of the EEOC charge, your working conditions have become intolerable due to the harassment and retaliation that you have endured in the workplace, which has made continuing your employment unsafe for your health and well being and that therefore, you have been constructively discharged.

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  • What can I do to make sure this does not happen to another person

    I have been working for a Temp Service contracted out to a local business. Up until a week ago I had no indications that there was a problem, in fact just the opposite. The operations manager called me a godsend for working on 2nd shift, the p...

    Peter’s Answer

    Following up on Attorney Leech's correct answer, you should also be mindful that any claims alleging disability discrimination in Wisconsin must be filed within 300 days of the termination (with either the Equal Rights Division or the EEOC). Both of these agencies have complaint forms available through their websites.

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