Preventing Retaliation

An employee who thinks he/she was discriminated against has the right to bring up the matter with a supervisor, other persons in management or a government agency. Any retaliation for making a complaint is strictly illegal, whether the retaliation is obvious (such as discharging the complaining person) or subtle (such as denying a merit increase for being “uncooperative”). ​

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