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I do want to preserve my retaliation concerns and will alert the EEOC soon. I am also in a position to wait out the EEOC investigation despite many of the witnesses having been fired, or resigned having taken other jobs. I do have names and contact numbers of witnesses so when and if the time comes for depositions, and despite what the employer has been led to believe by those who committed the discriminations, I am confident that 99% of the witnesses and those that blatantly committed the discrimination will reveal the truth when deposed and the employer will have no choice but to resolve the complaint out of court prior to a summary judgment. I am convinced after 5 years of trying that the employer will never hire me for a leadership role; and I will have 6 years until I would like to retire so the employer would be better off committing to a financial separation agreement now. Who do you recommend as the best lawyer for depositions? That is all it would take to end this charade.
I have checked for legal counsel and so many have some relationship with either the RHBA(the state contractor), the County, the State or my employer as their client at some time. I will keep trying. have you ever handled an EEOC for an employee before?
Thank you for your time.