Filing a claim with both agencies is unnecessary, as long as you indicate to one of the agencies that you want it to "cross-file" the claim with the other agency.
The Ohio anti-discrimination statute covers some smaller employers not covered by federal law.
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Ohio law permits workers who win age discrimination cases to receive compensatory (emotional pain and suffering) and punitive damages (damages intended to punish the employer), which are not allowed under the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA). The two agencies have what is called a "work-sharing agreement," which means that the agencies cooperate with each other to process claims.Therefore, if your workplace has between 4 and 14 employees, you may wish to file with the OCRC, as the EEOC enforces federal law which covers only employers with 15 or more employees.Filing with the OCRC is not required to pursue a discrimination claim directly in court.Employment discrimination is the practice of unfairly treating a person or group of people differently from other people or groups of other people at work, because of their membership in a legally protected category such as race, sex, age, or religion.Each state has passed laws and rules to protect your workplace rights: this page covers Ohio employment discrimination.