How does the EEOC resolve discrimination charges? | Peter T. Mavrick | Mavrick Law Firm | Representing Management, Business Owners, and Entrepreneurs in legal matters throughout South Florida | Contact | 954-564-2264 | https://www.mavricklaw.com/ | firstname.lastname@example.org | 1620 W Oakland Park Blvd, Suite 300, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
The EOC resolves discrimination charges by investigating the charges so when the charge of discrimination is filed by an employee the employer is contacted by the EOC for a response. The employer will provide a written response including documentation. These responses typically will include what happened with this employee, what occurred, perhaps employment reviews that will be attached to be showing that the employer considered things carefully and made a valid business decision to terminate the employee’s employment. The EOC will then provide information to the employee and ask for the employee’s response and then make a decision as to whether there is probable cause for the charge of discrimination.