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For Age Discrimination and ADA Complaints, should the employer

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For Age Discrimination and ADA Complaints, should the employer have 15 or 15 or more employees before an employee can file a complaint with the EEOC?
Thank you for your question. Please permit me to to assist you with your concerns.To answer directly, filing a complaint requires that an employer have at least 15 employees who work each workday in at least 20 weeks during a calendar year. Obviously if there are more than 15, filing for protection would be permitted.Good luck.
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