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Report: #1475571

Complaint Review: EEOC - Denver Colorado

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  • Reported By: Leo — Aurora Colorado United States
  • EEOC 303 E 17th Ave Ste 410, Denver, Denver, Colorado United States

EEOC Equal Employment Occupational Agency did not respond in reasonable time. Since deadline was comgn due, the agent asked a few questions, and in a day closed the case as no valid complaint. Denver Colorado

*Consumer Comment: Perhaps You Weren't Discriminated Against....

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EEOC did not follow through with my discrimination complaint. Because it was end of 2017, they took a "cursory" look (AFTER I advised I was going to escalate the issue due to no response), and closed the case.

Even though, I had filed 3 months in advance (case #- 541-2018-02591). I filed paperwork/documentation challenging their decision. I sent the folder to the National EEOC using the address on the back of their their form. The mail came back as "undeliverable."

I sent paperwork again with address shown on EEOC website. National EEOC never replied. It's been (9) months, and I haven't heard a word from the EEOC. From my view, the EEOC is not there to protect citizens, it's there to filter and protect corporations.

Note: I was laid off after 19.5 years, having multiple years of "exceeds" appraisals, age 65, Hispanic, no performance issues, over 40 years of experience (including 30 in first and middle management) with (2) BS Degrees, and a Masters degree. 

What has been done in all cases is wrong, unethical, and a crime. The EEOC has added their failure on top of these "wrongs.!!

 

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Perhaps You Weren't Discriminated Against....

AUTHOR: Jim - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Note: I was laid off after 19.5 years, having multiple years of "exceeds" appraisals, age 65, Hispanic, no performance issues, over 40 years of experience (including 30 in first and middle management) with (2) BS Degrees, and a Masters degree. 

Good information, but mostly irrelevant to your situation.  There are 2 potential actions the EEOC could have looked at (a) Age, and (b) Race.  However, simply being age 65 or being Latino doesn't mean you were discriminated against.  However, you probably have a better case for age discrimination than a case for racial discrimination.

 

I suspect at the time you were laid off, you signed a release indicating you would not sue if you were provided some sort of severance.  Now, severance would not release a company from liability regarding an EEOC complaint.  BUT, an EEOC complaint is hard to make unless the discrimination is so obvious and companies just don't tolerate that sort of thing from their employees.

 

When you file with the EEOC, they will conduct an investigation.  They will gather the facts from the company you worked for (generally from HR - since they have all of your employment records) and ask potential witnesses from the company.  And yes, they have to ask people within the company, because there is no other option for the EEOC.  If the EEOC investigates and finds no evidence of wrongdoing, they will close the case.  If you appeal, the EEOC does not conduct a 2nd investigation - they will simply review over what was done by the first team of investigators.  If the appeal finds no basis to overturn the initial decision, then that's pretty much it.  Sounds like you appealed and that's it.

 

Losing a case doesn't mean the people at the EEOC are criminals.  It means there was no discrimination.

 

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