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What Employer Activities are Considered Retaliation?

Protection from discrimination means that an employer cannot retaliate by taking “adverse action” against workers, such as:

  • Firing or laying off;
  • Blacklisting;
  • Demoting
  • Denying overtime or promotion
  • Disciplining
  • Denial of benefits
  • Failure to hire or rehire
  • Intimidation or making threats
  • Reassignment affecting prospects for promotion
  • Reducing pay our hours

Source: www.whistleblowers.gov

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