You have the right to file a charge of discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency charged with enforcement many anti-discrimination laws including the PDA. Don’t wait if you want to file a charge : in most cases, you must file a charge of discrimination with the EEOC within 180 days of the discriminatory action in order to preserve your legal rights. You can file a charge even if you do not work for your employer anymore, and you do not need to hire a lawyer in order to file a charge. Go to the EEOC’s website for instructions on filing a charge of discrimination. Even if you aren’t ready to file a charge, you can contact the EEOC to speak with a counselor about your legal rights. The EEOC may investigate and/or offer mediation services to help resolve the complaint. Additionally, most states and local governments have a human rights or civil rights office that can help.