What Should I Do If My Business Receives an EEOC Complaint?
Our experienced Media Employment Attorneys are committed to providing sophisticated solutions for a wide range of employment matters.
Many times as experienced Media Employment Attorneys we will be asked what a company should first do after they receive an EEOC complaint.
- The EEOC does not get involved with small companies and is reserved for large corporations.
- You will receive a request from the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission to send in your employee policies and if you have had any other complains of the same nature.
- An arrangement will be worked out either with termination of the employee or a settlement.
- If it is not worked out, then the employee has 90 days to file notice to arrange a court date with judge and jury.
Have you received an EEOC complaint and want to know what your next actions should be? Contact our experienced Media Employment Attorneys.