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Are You Being Retaliated Against?
August 07, 2010
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Date August 7, 2010
Are you being retaliated against?
Retaliation is now almost as prevalent as race discrimination in the workplace. There has been a dramatic increase of complaints filed with the (EEOC) Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
If you believe retaliation is aimed at you, address your concerns with the manager/supervisor. If this fails talk to Human Resources for a clear understanding of why adverse action has or is taking place. As employees we have every right to ask specific questions about our jobs. If our employers don't or won't give reasonable answers to our concerns then voicing a belief of retaliation may be in order.
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