Thank you for your response.
You need more to successfully press a race discrimination claim. However, that being said, this does not stop you from filing an EEOC
claim against the Chamber and asserting racist motivations for refusing to properly reclassify your position. In essence, they have taken an adverse employment action against you by making you do more work without paying you more. The pressure by filing an EEOC claim might force them to reclassify you properly and pay you the correct salary.
In regard to age, there is no law which prevent discrimination based on age for individuals under the age of 40. The law only protects people from being discriminated against because they are old.
To answer your specific questions:
1. A private employer (ie, non-governmental) can place you in a position without a job description, personnel policy, org chart, etc., regardless of whether you have requested it. There is no law which requires a private employer to have any of these documents.
2.An employer can also move you in the way that you have described, as long as the movement is not motivated by illegal reasons (such as discrimination based on race, gender, creed, religion, national origin, disabilities, age).
3. It is not "discriminatory" to deny compensation on its face. If the reason the board did it was because you are an african american, then it would be discrimination. It is the lack of direct evidence of racism that is what disqualifies this situation as a good case for racial discrimination.
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