CAN MY EMPLOYER TAKE ACTION AGAINST ME FOR FILING A DISCRIMINATORY CHARGE?

CAN MY EMPLOYER TAKE ACTION AGAINST ME FOR FILING A DISCRIMINATORY CHARGE?

CAN MY EMPLOYER TAKE ACTION AGAINST ME FOR FILING A DISCRIMINATORY CHARGE OR SPEAKING UP ABOUT A POTENTIAL TITLE VII VIOLATION?

Employers violate the law if they retaliate against an employee for filing a discrimination charge under Title VII. Employers are prohibited from demoting or terminating an employee or taking other adverse employment actions against employees who file Title VII claims.

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