Arizona employment law requires the filing of EEOC charges before you can bring a lawsuit for discrimination in the workplace, but there are strict deadlines that you must adhere to. Watch this video by dedicated Phoenix employment lawyer James Green to learn more about filing EEOC charges in Arizona. Read Our FREE Employment Law Guide
If you feel like you’ve been subjected to some form of discrimination and you have a claim against your employer for harassment or discrimination, rather than going to EEOC yourself, we suggest that you see an experienced employment attorney. If you come to our office, one thing that we will do is sit down with you. We will interview you, gather all of the facts related to your case, determine whether or not you have a good case, and counsel you as to whether or not we think you should pursue that matter with EEOC. Then on top of that, we will actually draft the charge for you. We will submit the charge to EEOC personally. Then we will follow through with EEOC and all of the steps that take place after that. Our recommendation to you is not to go to EEOC and let them draft the charge in the way that they think is best for you. Instead, we recommend you come to an experienced employment attorney that can help you with that.
Do you believe you are being discriminated against at work? Contact our experienced Phoenix employment lawyers for a full understanding of your rights under the law. We will help you understand how to go about filing EEOC charges in Arizona. We offer free confidential consultations and will fight to ensure your rights are protected.
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