What is Considered Retaliation Under the Employment Discrimination Statutes?

An employer is prohibited from taking adverse action against any employee or individual for engaging in “protected activity” under Anti-Discrimination statutes. Adverse actions include, but are not limited to, firing, demotion, refusal to hire or any action which may deter individuals from reporting discriminatory conduct or otherwise engaging in protected activity under discrimination statutes.

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