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Federal employee loses EEOC case but wins sanctions

Federal employee loses EEOC case but wins sanctions. On February 20, 2018, Complainant, an employee of the Department of the Army, filed an equal employment opportunity (EEO) complaint against the Agency. Complainant was employed as a Security Assistant, GG-0086-05,...

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Leaving a Toxic Workplace

Employment lawyer advice: the workplace can be toxic which can negatively impact your health. Sometimes it is best to leave employment rather than suffer the damage the toxic workplace may cause. Some employees may have an employment law claim when the workplace is...

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Federal employee wins EEOC Appeal

Federal employee wins EEOC Appeal. In 2020, Complainant, a barber at Navy Base Little Creek-Fort Story, filed a formal complaint against the Navy (Agency). The alleged  discrimination on the basis of her disability and reprisal for former EEO activity. Agency...

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VA employee wins partial victory in EEOC appeal

VA employee wins partial victory in EEOC appeal. Complainant, a Department of Veteran Affairs employee, was passed over for a promotion. Complainant filed an EEO alleging discrimination, but did not request a hearing. Therefore, the VA issued a FAD concluding no...

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USPS employee wins $150,000 in emotional distress

USPS employee wins $150,000 in emotional distress. Complainant alleged that he was passed over for promotion to the position of postmaster due to discrimination. An EEOC administrative judge found that Complainant had been discriminated against on the  basis of sex...

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USPS Employee Wins EEOC Appeal

USPS Employee wins EEOC appeal. In December of 2016, Employee filed an EEO complaint based on disability. The complaint was later amended to include reprisal.  The case was heard by an EEOC administrative judge (AJ).  After the hearing, the AJ issued a decision...

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Federal employee wins EEOC appeal

Federal employee wins EEOC appeal. Former nurse practitioner with the Department of Veterans Affairs appealed a decision dismissing her discrimination complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The complaint was dismissed for untimely EEO...

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