What is the EEOC and why would I ever contact them?
The EEOC is the federal agency charged with investigating, ending, and preventing discrimination and Atlanta EEOC lawyer Brandon Hornsby knows the inner-workings of this agency very well as he often interacts with the EEOC in employment discrimination and civil rights cases. The EEOC can bring suit against an employer, it can give an employee a right to sue an employer, or it can find discrimination took place. When you first contact the EEOC, you will want to file a complaint with the EEOC, and the EEOC will open an investigation into your matter. A federal investigator will look at all the circumstances in your case and make a determination about your case, similar to how a judge would rule. Regardless of what stage you are at in the EEOC investigation, you should contact Atlanta EEOC lawyer Brandon Hornsby to discuss your discrimination claim.

What is the EEO?
The EEO is the Equal Employment Opportunity and is very different from the EEOC. The EEO is a program for federal employees only which allows them to advance on the basis of merit, ability, and potential. Atlanta EEOC lawyer Brandon Hornsby is just as skilled at handling claims by federal employees charging discrimination against their agency as he is in dealing with claims against private employers. Hornsby knows that the federal government has very specific programs and mechanisms in place to deal with promotions and employment within their agencies and is dedicated to making sure these systems work and you are not denied employment because of some fault of the system. If you are a federal employee with a discrimination claim, you should make sure to contact an Atlanta EEOC lawyer Brandon Hornsby for advice and to help file a complaint with the federal agency’s EEO representative.