I filed a disability discrimation and retaliation charge with eeoc on my former employer, I was terminated after telling a upper manager that I contacted the dept of human rights ,
Also I was under a lot of stress there do I have to return to work for compensation
You now have two claims. One for the original disability and retaliation claim and a second one for retaliation for filing the claim. At this point, not knowing all the details, you need to get yourself to a competent employment lawyer. Get your facts together in chronological order and sit down to discuss this from one end to the other. Only after hearing all the facts will your flesh and blood lawyer be able to answer the question about whether you have to go back to work for the company or not. Most of the time the employer doesn't want you any more than you want them, but that's not an answer I'd be comfortable giving on such limited facts. Good luck.
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