I'm back with another employment question. I started preparing my complaint to the EEOC
regarding possible marital status, gender, disability, harrassment, and retaliation discrimination
from my previous employer. I am getting conflicting information regarding whether this complaint will protect me from further trouble from my former employer. They have already reported me to the State Board of Nursing at the time of my termination
, and I now have a disciplinary action
on my nursing license that is indefinite. I was planning on making their complaint to the Board part of my retaliation and harassment complaint to the EEOC, but apparently, that won't stop them from reporting me to the Board again and I might be just "stirring the pot". This organization has extensive history of discriminatory practices against other employees when employees became disliked and were targeted, I have mentioned many names of other employees who have been targeted, and smokescreen practices used as in my case. The only problem is that, in my case, I actually did make mistakes that were reportable to the Board, and that worked for them. Will it really protect me against more complaints to the Board and other retaliatory practices by my former employer if I report to the EEOC? Also, I am doing a reference check
to look for blacklisting and possibly send a cease and desist letter, do you think this will help or hurt me in the long run? I don't want to create a huge storm, but I have never in my whole life witnessed an employer that treats employees so horribly, so I am crying out for justice to be served. Let me know if you think I am safe to proceed beyond unemployment
hearings. Even just in the unemployment hearings I am presenting evidence that my former boss has lied under oath during hearings, and I am deathly afraid of further retaliation, knowing their attempts to destroy my career already. My license protection lawyer says their is no statute on complaints to the Board, they could report me for anything at any time and the Board is obligated to investigate.