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Demand Letters, Part 4: Your Employer’s Not the Only One Talking Bad About You—Dealing With the EEOC

This is the fourth post in a series about demand letters. My first post described what a demand letter is and just how demanding it should be. In the second post, I discussed how to prepare yourself for your company’s negative response to your demand letter. I warned that your employer would probably defend itself […]

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Most federal discrimination laws require that you file a charge with the EEOC or its local equivalent before you can file a complaint in court. The theory is that your employer should have notice of your complaint and the EEOC should be able to investigate your claims before you file an expensive and time-consuming lawsuit.

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