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What if I want to file my charge with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission?

Under the work sharing agreement between the Human Rights Bureau and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), a complaint filed with the Human Rights bureau will be dual-filed with the EEOC, provided it meets the EEOC’s jurisdiction requirements. Also a complaint filed with the EEOC that meets the Human Rights Bureau’s jurisdiction requirements will be dual-filed with HRD. It is not necessary to contract both offices.

What is the ADR Program?

The Human Rights Bureau has adopted the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Program to attempt to resolve discrimination issues through mediation/conciliation. A resolution of a complaint through mediation is less costly because it can settle a case in a matter of weeks as opposed to a lengthy investigation. The ADR program is strictly voluntary and all parties must be willing to participate.

How may I learn about discrimination?

The Human Rights Bureau has an education unit whose mission is to provide training and education to the public, especially employers, about unlawful discrimination and how to prevent it. If you would like information concerning our education program you may contact the Bureau at (505) 827-6838 or toll-free at 1-800-566-9471.

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