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Shall I file EEOC complaint and what rules did my company offend?

Okay I have had 7 + years of experience of which 4 were in the military . I am a quality assurance and inventory control clerk for my company and feel that my experience in the military and post military have not accounted for anything in this company. I was upgraded 1 dollar more from being a temp and that I do the same job duties IF not more than my co worker who is the supervisor for the temps. I am my own boss and I control my inventory throughout the warehouse. I do favors for the office doing stock checks and take my time from doign inventorying. Upon hiring i have asked to have one temp to work with me and its been 7 months and still no avail. I was yelled at yesterday when i asked again about this by my district manager in front of co workers. ALSO we work in a hazard environment with dust and a MESSSY warehouse. We have eye wash stations blocked and improperly disposed material waste as well as chemicals. What do u think I should do and should I inform EEOC? im not asking for promotion. The demographic job position is far higher than what we get paid for in our company. All of us are minorities and should be paid up to par with our competitors. labor elasticity should also equal pay demand for increased responsibilities.

Asked By: Sam - 1/15/2008
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Generally speaking, the EEOC only enforces specific discriminatory practices, such as race, religion, sex, and national origin... More
Answered By: ron_mexico - 1/16/2008
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OSHA (OSHA.gov) handles workplace safety issues. As far as your employer's not promoting you fast enough if you don't have a Union you're stuck.
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Answered By: spielmanjr - 1/16/2008
 
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