Sis, It Might Be Time To Contact The EEOC with Anitra K. Brown, Esq.

S3:Ep 25

Sis, It Might Be Time To Contact The EEOC with Anitra K. Brown, Esq.*

As Black Women, we find ourselves in some pretty rough and interesting situations at work. Most times we can use our resourcefulness to turn the situation around.

But what are we supposed to do when we can’t fix it and we find ourselves in a meeting with our manager and HR?

In this episode, we discuss what you need to do to protect yourself from the bad behavior of your coworkers and when it’s time for you to take yourself to the EEOC office and file a complaint.

Joining me today is EEOC expert and Bad Ass Sister Lawyer, Attorney Anitra K. Brown, Esq.  Anitra, a Southern California native, is the Assistant Director of Admissions for Howard University School of Law. She earned her Juris Doctorate from Campbell University Law School in Raleigh, NC in 2014. Prior to law school, she obtained a Master’s degree in Public Administration along with a Bachelor of Arts in French with a minor in English from Grambling State University.

Anitra Shares:

  • Why she is passionate about helping us with issues at work
  • Her proprietary frameworks for understanding the signs that issues are coming
  • What you should do before the PIP and once you get one
  • What EXACTLY the EEOC is
  • When you should think about filing a charge with the EEOC
  • Why documentation is so important (can never stress this enough)

Connect with Anitra:

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Editing and Sound Design by Chris Mann of Podshaper

*Disclaimer – The materials in this episode are for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. You should not act or rely on any information from this episode without seeking advice from an attorney licensed to practice law in your jurisdiction. Neither the Trill MBA Show, Anitra K. Brown, nor use of information from this episode creates an attorney-client relationship.* 

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