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The law protects employees who complain about discrimination and harassment, including on behalf of others. Even if the conduct does not end up being illegal, so long as an employee has a good faith belief that discrimination or harassment has occurred, the employee is protected from retaliation. Complaining about or reporting violations of state or federal employment laws (or perceived violations) is called engaging in “protected activity.”

If you have engaged in protected activity and are being treated differently as a result, your employer may be retaliating against you. Call our office or click here to request our help.

Illegal employment practices can happen in a number of different ways. Unfortunately, employees often do not know when their employers are engaging in conduct that violates the law. That’s where we come in. If you need our help with an employment law or civil rights matter, call our office or fill out this form and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

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