Federal employee fails to prove discrimination or retaliation (reprisal). Complainant was hired by the Agency in January 2017.
Thereafter, he was relieved from his duties with the Agency. He then filed multiple EEO charges alleging he was discriminated against and subjected to harassment (non-sexual) on the bases of race (Caucasian), color (white), sex (male), age (over 40) and subjected to retaliation (reprisal). Those charges were combined and investigated. Thereafter, he requested a hearing before the EEOC. The AJ subsequently issued a decision by summary judgment in favor of the Agency. The Complainant appealed.
The EEOC’s Office of Federal Operations (OFO) issued a decision upholding the dismissal finding that Complainant did not carry his burden of proof.
Antony Z. v. Dep’t of the Army, https://www.eeoc.gov/sites/default/files/decisions/2021_08_31/2020005108.pdf
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