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Retaliation: Hiring, Managing, and Separating from Employees
Retaliation: Hiring, Managing, and Separating from Employees

Whether you believe an employee’s underlying complaint is done in good faith or not, you risk additional exposure by retaliating. The courts say that the scope of retaliation is broader than the scope of the underlying claim. This means that even if the underlying claim is not actionable, how they are treated in light of it may be.

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