Tips on Responding to Your First Discrimination Charge

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When your organization receives its first discrimination charge from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or your applicable state’s Department of Labor and Human Rights, you may wonder, “What does this mean?” or “What do we do now?”

A charge is a signed statement from an applicant, former employee, or even current employee asserting that an organization engaged in employment discrimination against the individual (often called “the charging party”). The charge isn’t a lawsuit, but it is an administrative notice that the EEOC or your state agency will investigate a potential violation of federal and/or state antidiscrimination law.

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