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Title VII, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act prohibit retaliation for complaining about discriminatory conduct towards you or someone else. Retaliation includes any adverse action against you because you complained of discrimination (even if you were wrong about the discrimination) or participated in someone else’s discrimination case. Adverse action includes:

  • Termination
  • Lay Off
  • Suspension
  • Refusal to Hire
  • Poor Performance Evaluations
  • Demotion
  • Pay Reduction
  • Negative References
  • Reduction in Overtime
  • Unequal Discipline
  • Adverse Transfer or Shift Change
  • Retaliation
  • Other Negative Actions or Threatened Negative Actions

If you think you have been retaliated against, take immediate action as you only have 180 days to file from the last date of discrimination. Contact Our Employment Lawyers.


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