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The U.S. Supreme Court and Employment Retaliation
With the Supreme Court taking a broad stance on employment retaliation, employers should take the following steps after an employee has filed a discrimination, harassment, or safety complaint in order to protect the company from the additional threat of retaliation charge.
Reprinted with permission from Employment Law Today, © Alexander Hamilton Institute, Inc.,
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