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When firing follows harassment, watch out! You could be facing a retaliation lawsuit

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Employment Law,Firing,HR Management,Human Resources

Many sexual harassment complaints turn out to be much ado about very little. That doesn’t mean, however, that you can close the case and forget about the whole thing. That can be especially dangerous if the person about whom the complaint was made is a supervisor who still has authority over the employee who complained. Here’s how to handle the aftermath of a closed harassment complaint:

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