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HelloThis is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.I am sorry you are experiencing this workplace harassment.
Are you wanting to file an EEOC complaint due to harassment based on age and gender?What is the information I can provide for you, please?
Thank you.I only see your original statement.And I understand. So you have 180 days to file the EEOC complaint from the last time you made the report to your employer. If you can show that your employer was going to assist or was working on the problem but it was never resolved, then I suggest you could file the complaint and request an extension on the time.However, if the harassment has stopped, then it is possible the employer has been successful in their attempts to quell the harassment.
Thank youIf it hasn't stopped, then you 180 days has not begun to run. You can take it to the last incident. Has that been within the past 180 days? If yes, you can file the complaint and you can use any and all emails or other evidence to show the ongoing pattern
It appears you can establish the pattern of harassment. And that you have taken in house measures to try to get it stopped. That is what you will detail in your complaint. Start with the latest incident and go back
In the meantime, once you file the complaint you have protections to keep from being terminated.
I know this is frustrating for you. But file the complaint, starting with the most recent incident. Provide all your evidence. And let it fly. It appears to be your only recourse.
And if the last incident was more than 180 days, I suggest you can request the extension based on you were working with the employer and the Union but to no avail. So that is why you did not file sooner.