You Have Rights
Employers may not terminate, harass, demote or otherwise retaliate against employees for making protected complaints about prohibited employment practices.
- Were you fired, demoted or harassed after making a complaint of sexual harassment?
- Do you suffer from a physical or mental disability? If so, did your employer retaliate after you requested a reasonable accommodation?
- Did your employer retaliate against you for making a complaint of age discrimination?
- Did your employer retaliate against you for making a complaint about race discrimination, gender discrimination or religious discrimination?
- Did your employer retaliate against you for taking medical leave or pregnancy leave?
- Have you been terminated, suspended or harassed for making a lawful disclosure about corporate misconduct (retaliation for being a whistleblower)?
If you have suffered retaliation for asserting these or other rights which are granted to you by federal or state employment laws, you may have a basis to pursue a claim against your employer for unlawful retaliation.
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