Employees who complain about alleged discrimination are protected from retaliation. But that doesn’t mean it’s protected activity every time someone calls HR to discuss what they think might be discrimination. In order to be protected against retaliation, the employee has to make clear that he opposed an “unlawful employment practice.”
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