- Report: #129398
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Complaint Review: U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission1919 Smith St, 7th Floor Houston, Texas U.S.A.
EEOCU.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission The EEOC discriminated on me because I was filing complains against a black employer. Houston Texas
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On the paperwork it states: "Notice of Suit Rights" Title VII the Americans with Disabilities Act, and/or the Age Discriminations Act and Equal Pay Act.
Every attorney I talk to would not even take my case. Thus I lost over $50,000.00 in equal pay. He was Paying the male nurses $25.00 and 26.00 an hour while he paid white female nurses $20.00 an hour for the same job.
When I was interviewed by the EEOC I was told I did not have a valid complaint even when I gave them names of other nurses who would validate my complainst. After I filed an appeal the EEOC called me on the phone and laughed at me. She said I was not discriminated on and sent a dismissal notice of rights.
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