Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Employment Lawyer

Every day, you work to protect bank depositors and ensure a level of trust in the United States banking system. It is difficult work that does not garner much attention. Nonetheless, you had not anticipated becoming the victim of discrimination. If you have been wronged by an employer at this federal institution, you need an aggressive Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) employment lawyer from The Bell Law Group, PLLC to represent you and your interests.

Employment Lawyers Serving Members of the FDIC

The Bell Law Group has been fighting for the rights of the underdog for the better part of two decades. In that time, our Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) employment lawyers have gone toe to toe with several powerful federal agencies, and won.

The Legal Services We Provide

With decades of collective experience, The Bell Law Group has what it takes to fight agencies, which is why our Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) employment lawyers proudly tackle the following areas:

EEO Complaint Process for FDIC Members

If you believe you have been discriminated against, you should contact an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Counselor within 45 calendar days of the event. At this point, you can elect to either participate in counseling with the EEO Counselor or engage in mediation. Generally, counseling must be completed within 30 calendar days, but the election of mediation can extend the process to an additional 60 calendar days. If, during counseling or mediation, your claims have not been resolved, you are eligible to file a formal complaint of discrimination, which you must do within 15 calendar days of the EEO Counselor issuing you the Notice of Right to File a Formal Complaint.

Once the formal complaint has been filed, an acknowledgment of receipt will be issued and a letter delineating the issues and identifying which claims will be accepted for investigation, or dismissed, will be issued. Within 180 calendar days, investigators will look into the complaint and issue a report, whereupon, they will issue instructions on how to request a Hearing or an immediate Final Agency Decision.

Whatever the outcome of either procedure, you have the right to appeal it. However, before you launch this process, you should avail yourself of the quality legal resources available from The Bell Law Group. Our Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) employment lawyers will have your back at every turn.

Contact Our Employment Lawyers

If you would like to learn more about pursuing an employment discrimination claim against the FDIC, please contact our law firm. We are here to help you understand what happened to you and what your potential options are for moving forward.

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