Better 2 file EEOC complaint too when filing internal complaint with HR? Question 2 flourishanyway.
Thank you, flourishanyway, for posting this very insightful article. Is it better to file an EEOC complaint when filing an internal complaint with HR? Is it necessary? I'm wondering if HR would be more defensive if an EEOC complaint was filed rather than attempting to handle it internally only? The complaint would be filed by a highly respected (at least so far) company employee in good standing.
HR would be able to react much faster.
Most issues aren't the EEOC purview, and if they did, it takes months to get anything done.
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