People file complaints with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission everyday.  In the 2011 fiscal year, some 9,900 charges were filed in Texas.  The charge starts with a questionnaire filled out by the employee.  An EEOC worker then prepares a charge for the complainant based on the questionnaire.  In theory, the complainant would review the proposed

When faced with harassment of any sort, an employee should complain about it.  That bit of advice seems obvious.  But, if you are a single mother, or if you simply like your job other than the harassment, that advice is not so simple.  Ruth Piller worked as a lawyer at a large Houston law firm.