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Discrimination is what we will call it for the sake of argument in this book. Discrimination and all its forms affects the individuals’ mental health, physical health, and retaliatory acts are declared reprehensible by so many employers yet many of these same employers do not take the necessary steps to prevent discrimination from occurring in the first place.

This book contains a collection of ‘individual’ and ‘class-action’ lawsuits surrounding the private and public sector and how policies and procedures were changed for the betterment of the workplace.

These stories are designed to help the public understand why they are experiencing what appears to be a tidal wave of corruption in Corporate America and Government.

The author is raising the volume in this book on exposing corruption in the workplace. Not only will we venture into the workplace but the entire judicial system which is the real perpetrators of injustice in the workplace.

The EEOC is the agency responsible for ensuring that private industry and the federal sector comply with Civil Rights employment statutes while imposing an unbiased judgment of claims of discrimination.

EEOC has for decades operated a complaint processing system that it admits is void of due process for employees. As you will find out by reading this book, the current Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC.gov) has many flaws and one must understand that things will not change overnight. However, filing a “workplace complaint” is a good first start to shine the light on what is really occurring at your workplace.

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