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EEOC enforces Federal civil rights laws that protect you from workplace discrimination and retaliation because of your race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information. You may also have rights under other federal, state or local laws.

If you’re claiming an employer has discriminated against you, EEOC may be able to help. We’ll need to ask you a few basic questions to be sure. Your answers will not be saved unless you submit your complaint (against private sector employers), or hearing request or appeal to EEOC (for complaints against federal agency employers). Submitting to EEOC will allow us to evaluate your information and advise you on what we can do to assist you.

To get started, please tell us what type of employer you believe discriminated against you by choosing one of the following:
Business or non-profit organization that I applied to, work for, or worked for
State or Local Government that I applied to, work for, or worked for
Union that represents me
Temp agency or staffing firm that did not refer me to a job
Federal Government agency that I applied to, work for, or worked for as a federal employee or contractor.
Other