Demand payment for the violation of your civil rights at work.
DESCRIPTION:This a letter to your non-California employer demanding a resolution and / or money settlement for having gone through discrimination, harassment, retaliation or failure to accommodate at work. The letter sets our the various standards and protected class(es) which pertain to you and your demand. It also helps you calculate a reasonable money demand for you to settle and release your claims.
BEST USE OF THIS FORM:
Ideally, this is letter to be sent after a internal complaint (such as a My Job Claim.com Internal Complaint of Discrimination, Harassment, Retaliation and / or Failure to Accommodate) has been made to your employer.
The demand is made even stronger if it is made in connection with a government complaint to the EEOC asking for either an investigation or an immediate right to sue.
You can make a complaint to the EEOC at https://www.eeoc.gov/youth/filing-complaint.
OTHER FORMS YOU CAN USE WITH THIS FORM:
As stated above, you demand for settlement becomes much stronger when made after a My Job Claim.com Internal Complaint of Harassment, Discrimination, Retaliation or Failure to Accommodate has been made, and after a complaint made with the EEOC.
Harassment, discrimination, retaliation and failure to accommodate claims can be highly dependent on what people have said and done. Make sure to identify all witnesses to what happened and any written or oral statement, or physical actions (like unwanted touching), with specificity.
Also, was there ever an investigation into any prior complaint by you, and if so do you have the results? If there was no investigation, why? These are points you can also bring up to support your claim.
To ask for an investigation or request right to sue from the EEOC you must file your claim with the EEOC 180 days from the day of the act(s) giving rise to the claim. You must file your lawsuit within 300 days from the time the EEOC closes their investigation or gives you a right to sue.
Always proofread for typos and format issues to make the document as professional looking as possible.
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