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When it becomes apparent that the employer is not going to properly investigate an issue, it is time to go directly to the EEOC
and make our complaint and complaint about retaliation and not even let HR continue their investigation.
From the way they are acting and the way they claim they are not receiving documents, they are looking to merely hide this and blame it on you or say that nothing happened or there is no retaliation. You need to turn all of this over to the EEOC now and make your complaint to them because from experience and seeing these matters unfold this way in other cases, your employer is not doing anything but dragging their feet and will find no discrimination
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