Do I Have an EEOC Claim?
The best approach to get a definitive answer to this question is to speak with a lawyer and get their opinion. If you believe you are or were in a hostile work environment, you may have a claim. If your boss’s actions or directives resulted in a hostile work environment, they are to blame.
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What Does the EEOC Cover?
The EEOC prohibits discrimination and harassment of job applicants and employees based on their age (if 40 or older), colour, disability, genetic information, pregnancy status, nationality, race, religion, and sex, in addition to California state labour laws such as those enforced by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). Employees are also protected by the EEOC from employers that refuse to provide reasonable workplace modifications or who retaliate against them during an investigation. Employees aren’t the only ones who benefit from the EEOC’s protections. The EEOC provides protection to job seekers, former employees, apprentices, and trainees.
Am I Eligible to File an EEOC Claim?
Because the EEOC covers all major organisations and many small businesses, you can submit a claim if your boss employs 15 or more individuals. According to the EEOC, the EEOC includes labour organisations, employment agencies, and joint labour management committees in addition to all private employers, state and local government employers, and educational institutions. If the discrimination is age-based, an employee must work for a company with at least 20 employees to be covered by the EEOC.
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Employees are protected by federal and state legislation. Employees who believe they have been subjected to workplace sexual harassment or discrimination may consult an employment lawsuit attorney. A lawyer can assess the situation and explain the employee’s choices. In the interim, workers should maintain precise records of any workplace harassment they encounter.
California law guarantees food and rest periods. Employees who believe they are not getting the breaks they are entitled to can see an employment dispute attorney. A lawyer may assess the matter and advise the employee on his or her choices, which may include suing. A potential claimant should read the company’s employment regulations and maintain precise records of their hours worked and breaks taken.
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