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Federal employee wins EEOC case

Federal employee wins EEOC case. Complainant, an employee of the Social Security Administration, filed an EEO alleging harassment on the basis of age and reprisal for engaging in a protected EEO activity. The complainant requested a hearing before an EEOC...

Dismissal of EEO not appropriate according to EEOC

Dismissal of EEO not appropriate according to EEOC. Complainant, who was employed by the VA, filed an EEO alleging discrimination based on race, color, sex and disability as well as reprisal.The EEO investigator reached out to Complainant several times seeking an...

USPS employee wins appeal

USPS employee wins appeal. Complainant filed an EEO alleging discrimination based on sex and reprisal (retaliation). An EEOC Administrative Judge issued a decision without a hearing dismissing her claims. The Agency then issued a Final Agency Decision (FAD) adopting...

EEOC orders postal service to do better investigation

EEOC orders postal service to do better investigation. Complainant was employed by the USPS (postal service). She filed an EEO alleging discrimination and harassment. After an investigation, the USPS issued a Final Agency Decision (FAD) finding no discrimination or...

EEOC orders mixed case to be investigated as non-mixed

EEOC orders mixed case to be investigated as non-mixed.¬† Complainant, an employee of the VA, timely appealed a “mixed” case to the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB). Thereafter, an AJ with the MSPB dismissed the claim siting lack of jurisdiction. The...