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  • How Can I Prove Employer Retaliation?

    Retaliation occurs quite commonly in the workplace, particularly at the level of the federal government. As an employee who has complained about possible discrimination, fraud, mismanagement of funds, harassment, or government waste, you may be fearful of a possible punitive response. This, however, is entirely illegal, and if you find yourself a victim of employer retaliation, it is vital you ...
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  • What to Do After Filing a Workplace Discrimination Charge

    Workplace discrimination is becoming increasingly less common thanks to the immense number of laws that prevent employers from taking adverse actions against workers for things like whistleblowing on unethical conduct, requesting a raise, or working with other employees to unionize. However, these instances still do exist and you do have the right to hold your employer accountable when they happen ...
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  • How EEOC Complaints Work

    If you plan to file a formal complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) , you will need to do so within 15 days after you have been given notice from your EEO Counselor about how to file. This notice should be sent after you have had a final interview with the EEO Counselor. The complaint has to be filed at the same EEO office that you received counseling from. The ...
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  • Common Types of Federal Employment Investigations

    Federal employment investigations are conducted by federal agencies to determine if disciplinary or adverse actions are necessary. If you are under investigation, you must cooperate and provide any information that is required. You should also obtain experienced legal assistance, as the security of your job could be at stake. Our federal employment attorney in D.C. has guided hundreds of clients ...
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  • EEOC Has Issued Regulations for Those with Disabilities

    One of the primary priorities of the federal government is increasing employment rates for individuals who suffer from disabilities, according to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). As a result, the EEOC has implemented a new rule that sets forth ยง 501 of the Rehabilitation Act. Federal agencies have been given regulations that explain what they must do to comply with their ...
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  • What is the EEOC?

    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ( EEOC ) was created as part of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to help ensure discrimination did not exist or persist in federally controlled workplaces. Since its establishment, it has since grown and adopted the responsibility of helping ensure fair employment and hiring practices around the country, not necessarily only in federal government positions ...
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