What is Considered Retaliation in the Workplace?
Retaliation happens when an employer takes an adverse employment against you (suspensions, terminations, demotions, etc.) because of your engagement in a protected activity such as filing a wage claim, making a complaint about safety or improper medical treatment, or testifying on behalf of another employee in their claim against the employer.
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