Employees who have been discriminated against at work due to their disability, age, sex, color, national origin or race can file a discrimination charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). EEOC discrimination charges can be filed under several employment laws including the Civil Rights Act (Title VII), Americans with Disabilities Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act and the Equal Pay Act. There are strict and specific time frames in which these discrimination charges must be filed, so learn your legal rights today. Browse the links below to learn more about the process of filing an employment discrimination charge with the EEOC.
- Discrimination Charge Processing
- Employment Discrimination Lawsuits
- Federal and State Enforcement of Charges
- Filing a Discrimination Charge
- Information Needed to File a Charge
- International Discrimination Charges
- Issuing Notice of Right to Sue
- Notice of Right to Sue
- Resolving Discrimination Charges
- Right to Sue Answers
- Time Limits for Discrimination Charges
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