I assisted a managing partner who was discriminatory in reviews and requested a reassignment. Once I was a reassigned, a new office adm was hired and I was rewritten up and items put in my file; an attorney mentioned the office adm was being told what to say; I was put on a 60 day probation wherein I was told in essence I would be fired if I didn't improve. I was given only associates who started giving me bad reviewes; denied a raise. I filed with EEOC and after receiving an affidavit from my firm saying "they didn't know about the discrimination" they closed the case. I did receive a raise this year, but it was $200.00. My witnesses were never called nor my filed reviewed by investigator. What are my options?
Workers' Compensation Lawyer
Ask for Right to Sue letter from EEOC/FEHA if they choose not to pick up the claim. Then consult an Attorney in the Discrimination field. He will guide you further in your quest for Justice.
Employment / Labor Attorney
Ask for a Right to Sue letter and locate a private attorney.