Is favoritism and failure to act- a form of Discrimination?
My immediate supervisor, who is also the EEO representative of the agency I'm employed by- directed me not interfere with an opposing vendor, and denied me any guidance at all, in seeking resolution to my informal and formal complaints against this competing vendor from 2010 to the present day.
Is that the job of the Equal Employment Opportunity representative? Is this type of behavior ethically sound? Is this type of behavior tolerated in Texas?
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