When do I need my EEOC charge number?

When do I need my EEOC charge number?

Privacy Statement This is the login page for access to EEOC’s Online Charge Status System. The system is available to individuals who have open charges that were filed with EEOC on or after September 2, 2015. The system requires the charge number and the zip code of the Charging Party.

What does the EEOC online charge system provide?

These are the only users of the system authorized by EEOC. What Information Does the Online System provide? The system provides up-to-date status on an individual charge as well as an overview of the steps that charges follow from intake to resolution.

When to file an ADEA charge with EEOC?

A charge must be filed with EEOC within 180 days from the date of the alleged violation, in order to protect the charging party’s rights. This 180-day filing deadline is extended to 300 days if the charge also is covered by a state or local anti-discrimination law. For ADEA charges, only state laws extend the filing limit to 300 days.

Where to file a charge of EEO violation?

An individual alleging an EEO violation outside the U.S. should file a charge with the district office closest to his or her employer’s headquarters. However, if you are unsure where to file, you may file a charge with any EEOC office. You may want to discuss your case with a reputable EEO attorney prior to filing a case.

Should I contact the EEOC?

You should contact the EEOC anytime you believe: You are being treated differently at work because of your race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy ), national origin, disability, age (age 40 or older) or genetic information. You are being harassed at work for any of these reasons.

How do I file an EEOC charge?

The easiest way to file an EEOC claim is to file the charge online. You’ll need to submit an online inquiry and schedule an interview with the Phoenix field office. During the interview, you’ll have an opportunity to present your case against the organization charged with workplace discrimination.

What happens after I file a charge with the EEOC?

What Happens After I File a Charge. Once a charge is filed with the EEOC, your employer will receive a notice of the charge within 10 days of the official filing. The EEOC will conduct an investigation after the charge is filed. Because the EEOC receives many claims, the investigation may not occur immediately.

How to effectively file a charge with the EEOC?

Locate an office in your district. Call the EEOC at 1-800-669-4000. Send your charges by mail to the district office. If you are a federal employee or job applicant, you must directly contact the EEO office of the federal agency that discriminated against you.