How to File Discrimination Charges. The EEOC does not accept charges via telephone but you may speed the process by calling 1-800-669-4000 and submitting basic information. The agency will then forward that information to your nearest EEOC field office, which will then contact you to schedule an in-person meeting.Should I contact the EEOC?
You should contact the EEOC anytime you believe: You are being treated differently or harassed at because of your race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation and gender identity), national origin, disability, or genetic information . People who are 40 or older should contact EEOC if they believe they are being treated differently or harassed at work because of their age.What is the Equal Employment Opportunity Law?
Equal employment opportunity (“EEO”) laws are a set of federal laws and regulations that prohibit workplace discrimination against current and potential employees. Employers are prohibited from discriminating against an individual for a number of reasons, including their age, sex, race, nationality, religion, disability and pregnancy status.