Federal employee brings discrimination and harassment claims to the EEOC. Former employee with the FDIC filed an EEO complaint. She alleged that her supervisor discriminated against her based on her national origin, sex, and age. The complainant was employed in a temporary position with a four-year term. She applied twice during her term for permanent positions, but she was not selected. Thereafter, her temporary term status was not extended. Complainant alleged that she was not hired for the full permanent positions and did not have her term extended due to discrimination. She pointed to two cases in which younger domestic-born males had their temporary term extended. However, the however the administrative judge (AJ) noted that the job duties and required skill sets for those positions were not comparable. The complainant also alleged that she was subjected to a hostile work environment, but the AJ found that the incidents described were not pervasive or severe enough to establish discrimination against a protected status. The Office of Federal Operations affirmed.
Martha H. v. Martin J. Gruenberg, Chairman, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp https://www.eeoc.gov/sites/default/files/migrated_files/decisions/0120140896.pdf
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