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In order to sue your employer for discrimination, you must first file a formal Complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commisssion. This formal Complaint must be filed within 180 from the date of the event constitutng discrimination. If you do not file this formal Complaint you will not be able to sue the employer for discrimintaiton. Your employer cannot do anything to you when you file your formal Complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. If your employer even attempts to fire you, or take any other action against you in retaliation, your employer will suffer stiff penalites.
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