What is the EEOC and what should I know about it?

What is the EEOC and what should I know about it?

divorce mediation 2When a NJ employer faces charges from the EEOC, they may come to us and ask what it is and what it means for their business. The EEOC, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, is the governing body that investigates complaints against employers who break federal law regarding discrimination, harassment, and more. The EEOC will work to make some kind of reasonable resolution if they find the claim to be valid. In cooperation with the Division of Civil Rights, both bodies will investigate the matter and make a recommendation on how to resolve the matter.

The Vigilante Law Firm, P.C. works with clients across the state of New Jersey regarding employment and civil law. If you need legal advice or effective representation, contact our Woodbury office for a consultation.

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