Federal employee wins EEO claim against employer. Complainant was a federal employee working at the Department of the Air Force.
He made several EEO complaints alleging harassment and discrimination on the basis of his race and disability. Complainant learned that his private medical documentation was placed in a non-medical file. He requested that the medical information be removed and placed in an confidential file. When it was not, he also filed a complaint alleging that. The EEOC did not find that the Agency had subjected him to discrimination. However, it did find the Agency had violated the law by placing his personal medical information in his non-medical work file.
Lacy R. v. Dep’t of the Air Force https://www.eeoc.gov/sites/default/files/decisions/2020_12_07/2019004084.pdf
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