If I were to file a EEOC / DFEH employment discrimination case, I was wondering what proofs are more beneficial in this type of situations.
Reality is that statements in writing - speaking about discrimination situations will be most likely be denied by employers to avoid being held liable. I wish there was a lie detector, or a way to prove 100% who is telling the truth, and get real justice. Emails would be useful for proofs, but in most cases discrimination remarks are mostly done via voice conversations.
a) Can recorded voice conversations, be used as proofs, will that be beneficial(in case you caught the interviewer doing discrimination remarks or asking illegal questions)?
Sometimes applicants like to record themselves for practice purposes, for review, or for doing better in nextor for doing better in next interview rounds. b) What other proofs will be beneficial for a plaintiff - applicant in an employment discrimination case? Thanks in advance