Toyota of Amherst / no investigation
This is regarding the EEOC Cleveland Field OfficeÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s inability to investigate a claim properly and do the job of actually looking out for people like me that were blatantly discriminated against.
Here's a recap;
I told my employer Bob Fisher I was pregnant in July 06, whereby he told me I was a pain in the neck and that he already took a risk hiring me since I was honest in hiring that the only reason I had a year lapse in employment the previous year was because of cancer and chemo but that I have a free bill of health now.
Then July 12th I gave Mr. Fisher a letter from my doctor stating I was to go on bedrest and that I was a high risk pregnancy. Being after 15 years of marriage and already having an ovary removed the previous year I didn't won't to jeopardize the chance of loosing my possibly only one shot at a kid.
Sure enough in August he told me he no longer needed meÃ¢ï¿½Â¦ in essence letting me go so I told him I was letting the EEOC know of this.
So I sent a letter to the EEOC and they responded they would let me know when they started the investigation...
Then Premier Toyotas owner Bob Fisher retorted that I can come back only with a doctors release to return to work. I concurred letting him know my due date was October 24th.
As everyone knows you go for your two week check-up after the pregnancy in which I didÃ¢ï¿½Â¦ then I sent him the letter from my doctor that I could return to work via fax and I have the confirmation page to prove it.
Premier responded with a certified letter to come in for a meeting to discuss coming back.
Before I could even go to the meeting in November I got a letter from the EEOC that they saw no reason to further the investigation because I never went back for my job.
Not only do I have a letter to go to the meeting but I recorded it on tape to cover my ###Ã¢ï¿½Â¦ little good it did since to this day no one at the EEOC did anything to help.
Coincidentally at this meeting I was not offered my job back or a comparable one or even salary comparable but I was offered a car sales position in which case I had to sell 15 cars a month or I was firedÃ¢ï¿½Â¦ I have never sold anything so how was I expected to do such a position, it was a blatant job offer to get rid of me!
Then I had to go on welfare even though I sent copies of 24 weeks of paystubs with Premier because Premier Toyota only paid in for 15 of those weeks. Being a new dealership gets them off the hook I guess.
Maybe the EEOC thinks they did their job but I feel otherwise so no matter what proof you have it isn't enough if the agency your using doesn't do their job.
I'm too poor to sue Premier but itleast you know my story and will take heed in dealing with the EEOC and Premier Toyota of Amherst.
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