We're here to help! We can answer questions, train your staff and help you resolve charges of discrimination. Give us a call, we're here to assist you, and many of our services are free!
These discussions will not be shared with EEOC staff who investigate, resolve, and litigate charges of discrimination.
While we will make every effort to assist you, there are some questions that we can't answer. We can't provide legal advice or representation on a particular issue, and we can't certify that your business is an equal employment opportunity employer. In addition, we may be limited in the amount of information that we can provide if a discrimination charge is pending on the matter you wish to discuss. For example, we can't answer:
We can train you and your employees about rights and responsibilities under federal employment discrimination laws.
If you would like to request training on a particular topic, let us know; we can tailor our training to meet your needs.
Despite your best efforts, a charge of discrimination may be filed against your business. This does not mean that you have broken the law. A charge is a complaint of discrimination, not a determination that discrimination has occurred.
We may invite you to resolve the charge informally through mediation. Consider participating. Mediation is a great way to resolve disputes quickly and confidentially, at no cost.