Media Employment Attorneys

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.  We have law offices conveniently located in Media, Pennsylvania and New Castle, Delaware.

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.

This educational video was brought to you by experienced Media Employment Attorney Paul Fellman. Our law firm proudly represents clients throughout Delaware County, as well as Pennsylvania, the greater Philadelphia area, and New Jersey.