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  • mechanics of the EEOC claim North Carolina

    i have filed a discrimination case agains my employer, not asking specific legal question, i do have a lawyor, but time is money so i do have a question

    what are the mechanics of the claim in other words, from the time it is filed what are the steps that will occur and a general rule of thumb for timeline, i believe that once my employer knows that a complaint has been lodged they will find some excuse to fire me. my claim with EEOC is race, gender and age. it is several pages long with specific complaints and dates. I can never get a job with this on my back ground and i do not want to get into detail here because this is not the venue for final disposition, however i will state that this company has been sued prior and they have always settled out of court for 'undisclosed' amount
    but all plaintiffs never have to work again

    what should i expect, what as a rule is the time line for this. how long does it take to get to employer generally, how long do i have to wait for the mushroom cloud to appear over california (Corp hq)
    Last edited by pelago; 10-01-2008, 01:54 PM.

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    Timelines are hard to say - it's usually according to how busy they are. However, here is a link to the EEOC charge processing procedures.

    http://www.eeoc.gov/charge/overview_...rocessing.html
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