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EEOC is not a crusader on behalf of those unfairly terminated

People have the misconception that the EEOC is some kind of government agency that exists to fight generic unfair terminations — it isn’t.

The EEOC (see my Discrimination article) exists ONLY to fight a few types of illegal discrimination, not generic unfairness.

Be careful — Those who file EEOC claims that are not well-founded in the types of law the EEOC handles, can destroy their potential cases — Don’t do that — Let a lawyer help you frame your case from the start, and either present your case to the proper agency, if there is any proper agency, or present arguments to the company to try to get you a deal.


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