If a discrimination charge is filed against you, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) may decide to investigate the charge. In the majority of cases, the EEOC requests a position statement. It is with this document that you can explain your position.
Providing the EEOC with a well-written position statement that includes factual responses to each allegation of the discrimination charge is essential. Our attorneys can assist you with drafting your position statement, making sure that all the relevant information is provided.