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Acting against worker who has already complained? Have someone new make decision

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Employment Law,Human Resources,Leaders & Managers,Performance Reviews

Employers have faced more retaliation claims ever since the U.S. Supreme Court made such cases easier to win by ruling that retaliation is an action that “might have dissuaded a reasonable worker from making or supporting a charge of discrimination.” While the federal courts have placed some limits on what constitutes a retaliatory act, they continue to struggle with the question.

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