Sexual Harassment & Retaliation: Retaliation occurs when an individual reports misconduct then is punished in some way at the workplace. Common punishments include humiliating in front of colleagues, denying a promotion or raise, reducing hours or compensation, writing up a disciplinary step, or firing. When these occur following a report of misconduct, that signals retaliation. And the employee likely has an action against the employer. Learn more about the next steps and your options when Sexual Harassment and Retaliation happens to you »
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