Legal Advice for EEOC — 38 results
Written by attorney Edward Lyman, over 3 years ago. STAFF PICK
You Must File an Administrative Charge Before You Can File A Lawsuit Before filing a lawsuit against your employer, you must first file a charge of discrimination and ultimately receive a "... more
Written by attorney William Phillips, about 3 years ago.
What is mediation?
Mediation is a method of settling a dispute.In mediation, a neutral third party, the mediator, meets together with the parties, encourages them to communicate their... more
Written by attorney William Smith, about 3 years ago.
What is the EEOC? Employees are often told that Georgia is an at will employment state. They naturally assume that this means they have little recourse if they are fired from their job.... more
Written by attorney Randy Jay Harvey, 5 months ago.
Recent surveys demonstrate that nearly 92% of employers use criminal background checks for employment decisions. Public employers often have prescribed statutory background check... more
Written by attorney Cynthia Bamforth, 6 months ago.
Effective April 18, 2014, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) doubled the penalty for an employer’s failure to post that agency’s “Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law”... more
Written by attorney Rodney Mesriani, over 2 years ago.
Sexual harassment in the workplace is among the most alarming and morally degrading employment issues in California. Sexual harassment can happen to female and male employees it does not... more
Written by attorney Alan Brinkmeier, over 5 years ago.
Online Form Following the format of the online filing procedure is very important. Doing the intake questionairre accurately the first time is of great assistance to your cause. Follow... more
Written by attorney Michael Massey, over 2 years ago.
The EEOC, or Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, is a United States government agency that is in charge of investigating complaints of discrimination and retaliation and to enforce the... more
Written by attorney Marilynn Mika Spencer, almost 3 years ago.
In nearly every case, yes, you need your own attorney. The EEOC is not your representative. A mediator for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has one client - the United... more
Written by attorney James Becker, over 3 years ago.
Prior to filing a complaint in federal court for employment
discrimination an individual must first file what is known as a Charge
of Discrimination with the Equal Employment... more