Filing a new federal EEO maybe needed. If a federal employee files an EEO and acts of discrimination, harassment or retaliation later occur, in most cases those acts will not be covered under the original EEO. Therefore, consider filing a new EEO within 45 days to make sure all acts are covered. You should also consider hiring an experienced federal employee attorney.
Acts occurring after an EEO filing are usually not covered in the EEO. Amending the EEO (if possible) or filing a new EEO may be required https://t.co/ojj3pMkMNX
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