EEOC Investigation Appeal Review

On what authority, if any, may the EEOC's regional director give a Title VII charge/investigation further review, if requested by a charging party, once a dismissal letter has been sent to the charging party by the investigator?

1 answer  |  asked Dec 19, 2005 10:51 AM [EST]  |  applies to Illinois

Answers (1)

Anthony Cameron
The way you have posed this question

The answer is about a thousand page treatise.

I know no useful way to answer it except to ask for the missing vital information.

Grounds for dismissal

Letter accompanied by a "Right to Sue" letter

did the case begin as a Chicago HRC case or an IDHR complaint or was the original filing?

Is any part of this outcome the result of a failure by either side to provide information or cooperate?

In any case, I'm guessing you have a serious timeline to do one of several things quickly here, so don't delay following up.

Anthony B. Cameron

posted by Anthony Cameron  |  Dec 25, 2005 10:58 AM [EST]

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