If you do decide to send a statement, you must do so within 30 days of the day you file your appeal or, if it is a statement opposing an appeal, within 30 days from the day you receive a statement in support of appeal from the other party to the case.If you send your statement by mail, the date postmarked by the U. Postal Service is the date we use as the day your statement was filed."We apologize for any harm this has caused."Canning told The Globe And Mail he was happy with Facebook's response, but that he was "still very upset this happened."The ads were for ionechat.com, but led Canadian users to another dating site called be2.
Please have your eight-digit EEOC appeal number when you call to make it easier for us to serve you. An agency does not have to provide the relief awarded by an Administrative Judge or EEOC on appeal while the agency's appeal of that award is being decided by EEOC.
In most cases, agencies must give you the relief awarded within the time frame ordered by EEOC in its decision on appeal. In such cases, if the agency loses its appeal, the agency will generally have to pay you interest on any money you are entitled to as part of the award.
As a general rule, EEOC will not consider new evidence on appeal unless you can show that the evidence was not reasonably available when the agency's decision was made.
Most appellate decisions are issued by EEOC's Office of Federal Operations (OFO).
Photos of Rehtaeh Parsons appeared Tuesday in Facebook ads for a dating site.