You should consider talking to an experienced employment lawyer before submitting your EEOC complaint. An attorney can explain what information is more likely to get the investigator's attention and can advise what facts or allegations are more important than others for demonstrating that your claims are valid. There can be strategy in how to fill out the complaint, and you should discuss this with an attorney.
The EEOC questionairre is relatively simple and straight forward. You need to be able to tell the EEOC the type of discrimination involved and the nature of the employment action taken that you wish to complain about. You may want to have a lawyer review this with you prior to filing your complaint.
Archibald J. Thomas, III
Board Certified Labor & Employment Lawyer
Thomas & Klink
4651 Salisbury Road, Suite 255
Jacksonville, Fl 32256