U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
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  • Founded
    1964
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Headquarters
    Washington, DC
  • Link
    U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission website
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Acquisitions in Washington, DC
on August 29, 2021
I worked in Acquisitions. Overall, the first few years were GREAT! I really did enjoy and love my job. The best part was having the opportunity to meet some WONDERFUL people! You will meet some great people at the EEOC Headquarters. Very kind, extremely helpful, very professional, and hard-working people here! That, really made my job bearable during the rough times I recently started to experience. Now! One top thing that I did not like, was how my pay was extremely low for the position I had!I was originally a contractor, then brought in as a Federal Employee. Unfortunately, upon me coming onboard as a Fed, I had to fight hard to try to get what I know I was worth! I came into the Acquisition division with experience and a skill set that the agency lacked! I mean I created documents and everything to support and add value to the EEOC Acquisition Division. I may not have been the most knowledgeable one there , but I most definitely came in with value. That cannot be denied! As I stated, I had to fight (Negotiate rather) to get what I really did deserve! Also, my work ethic was proven to be superb. My colleague and superiors spoke highly of me. I got along with EVERYONE! I helped others do their job that I was not being paid for. I learned so much outside of my specialty and did so very quickly. I even performed some duties which were outside of the contract I was on. I went ABOVE AND BEYOND at this job! And my fight was UNSUCCESSFUL. Event at the minimum, my pay wasn’t matched! That was all that I asked! And trust me, my pay at that time I was a contractor was low as well. I was very disturbed and disappointed with the division! I took a huge hit Financially in the midst of a pandemic and at a time where financial hardship was already a battle for me. Sucks right? When trying to fight to get a decent pay, I was told by HR that “Management wasn’t interested in doing anything further for me. Do you want the position or not?”. I took the low pay & grade because it was a “Take it or leave it” situation. Me being wise, I just took it. Since working as a federal employee I noticed a lot changed. One of my superiors became a Micromanager! I do not use that word lightly. I noticed that even the conversation had changed. Almost like this individual wanted establish a relationship where I fears this person because they were a supervisor. If you don’t do what I tell you to do, I’ll take action! And one thing to know about me, I don’t care what job I am on, I will not tolerate anyone trying to intimidate or scare me! That is not acceptable in the workplace. And out of all places? We work at The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission! I noticed that you will be called even after hours. There is ALWAYS conversation about how unprofessional you are. The workplace during the pandemic has just become a bit unhealthy for me. So, I am resigning! Do I recommend this place? Yes/No. I feel that with MOST jobs, it may not be the agency, simply the people. So if you have the patience, which I do have, then go for it! But for me, I draw the line with certain things. I’m already struggling financially, and the I have to deal with some of the nonsense with superiors? Absolutely not! Anyways, I do hope this was helpful. And other than these issues, GREAT Agency to work for! Ciao.
Investigator in Denver, CO
on June 2, 2020
When I started with the agency there was a clear sense of mission and purpose resources were adequate and morale was good. As administrations changed, priorities changed, and the mission took a backseat to the egos in upper management. Morale dropped as staffing levels dropped in half over the last five years. There are some great people working for the agency, but the workload and the challenges to morale makes it hard to stay . I’m glad I’ve moved on
Legal Intern in Milwaukee, WI
on May 12, 2020
My work experience was so beneficial to my future career. Everyone is really supportive and the atmosphere is very collaborative. Diversity is encouraged and I have no complaints about this employer.
Records' Production/Records' Custodian in San Francisco, CA
on March 17, 2020
I enjoy the environment. I gained a lot of experience that I will be able to use in future work endeavors. I would love to go back if the opportunity ever presented itself.
Enforcement Intern in Richmond, VA
on February 26, 2020
My experience at the U.S. EEOC was good at times and not so good at other times. A typical work day I would help send requests for information, look for items in a case file and do what ever else needed to to be done. The management was nice for the most part. The hardest part of the job was doing some of the tasks that I was assigned to do. The most enjoyable part was learning how cases are investigated and dealt with.

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