For South Carolina employees, what is the deadline to file an EEOC charge for unlawful discrimination and harassment? For most discrimination and harassment claims at work, an employee’s first step is to file a Charge of Discrimination with the Equal Employment... read more
For many South Carolina employees, navigating the legal system–including the EEOC process–can be an intimidating prospect. Often having an attorney representing your interests and explaining the EEOC process to you can be extremely helpful. This post will... read more
Once you file a charge of discrimination with the EEOC, the EEOC often asks you if you’d like to participate in an EEOC mediation. These mediations, if both parties agree to participate, take place before the EEOC starts its investigation of the charge. So, what... read more
Employment discrimination comes in many forms, but only certain types of discrimination against employees are legally prohibited in South Carolina. The law prohibits discrimination in the workplace based on several protected categories, including age, race, sex,... read more
What Is the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)? The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is the federal agency tasked with enforcing the federal employment laws in the United States. It has the authority to bring a lawsuit on behalf of employees... read more
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