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Retaliation occurs when an employer penalizes an employee for engaging in a legally protected activity, such as reporting discrimination or harassment or participating in workplace investigations. Retaliation can take many forms, including demotion, being passed over for promotion, being denied a raise or transfer to a more desirable position, or missing out on training or mentoring opportunities.
If you believe your employer has retaliated against you for reporting unlawful acts or for another protected act, contact our employment attorneys. AlderLaw has defended countless victims of workplace retaliation and recovered millions of dollars for our clients

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