Should I Contact the EEOC?
As soon as you believe you have been denied employment, a promotion, or are the target of harassment due to gender discrimination on the job, consult an attorney before contacting the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Since the EEOC is required to contact employers against whom a complaint has been filed, talking to the EEOC may result in your employer being tipped off before you’ve had a chance to gather incriminating evidence, save emails, and protect yourself legally.
Additionally, our attorneys can review the specifics of your case, the evidence involved, and determine how best to proceed. As your legal representation, we’re prepared to accompany you in meetings with EEOC officials and help you prepare documentation they may request from you. They can also advise you of filing deadlines on your case to ensure you don’t allow your Right to Sue to expire.