How do you know whether anyone else got written up or not?
That's a real question.
Frankly, I wouldn't believe a report from Fox News unless it came with three independent supports and positive reviews from Snopes, Factcheck.org...
In the same circumstances, would you be?
I sure wouldn't.
Ask your lawyer. As you have representation already, it would be totally irresponsible of us to comment.
Based solely on what is in your original post, however, I question whether the EEOC is the correct agency to be filing with.
When you discussed the issue with a GA attorney, what did that attorney suggest you do?
And for how much?
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There is a Baptist church in a small city in MA, roughly 125 years old, where I was the first woman to ever serve Communion.
Whether or not an employer is required to provide pay stubs and if so, to whom, under what circumstances and containing what information is state...
In what state do you envision this? Does your book have a primary setting? Because state law could very much affect this.
The state of New Jersey does not require your employer to provide you with pay stubs.
FACTS. Not loaded questioned designed to provide the answer you want.
The problem is that you are looking for a black and white answer among numerous shades of grey.
You understand the the best possible outcome you can hope for is the fee that the second salon charged you, right?