Thank you for your response.
The EEOC does not govern these areas. Rather, the NATIONAL LABOR
RELATIONS BOARD covers unfair labor practices
You will need to contact the local NLRB
office (which you can locate at: http://www.nlrb.gov/who-we-are/regional-offices) for help in filing a charge against your employer.
Further, you may file a suit against your employer for breach of the union contract. You may do this in state court. Essentially , it would be a breach of contract
claim, and you would be claiming as damages the extra payment needed to compensate you and other clerks in your position for the extra work being forced on you.
Because the nature of you claim is the enforcement of a union contract, it would be best to make an appointment with a local employment law
attorney (or several) and inquire if they would be willing to take your case on contingency (no charge to you).
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