retaliation


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action taken in return for an injury or offense

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Allowing retaliation like this to continue will result in a chilling effect.
The company will also provide training to AMI employees in Colorado on preventing discrimination and retaliation. AMI also agreed to post a notice in its AMI facilities and worksites in Colorado notifying employees of the provisions of Title VII and their right to a work environment free of national origin or color discrimination and retaliation.
A company spokeswoman declined to comment on the protest directly on Tuesday, saying in a statement that Google does not condone retaliation in the workplace.
[Employer Name] will not tolerate such retaliation against anyone who, in good faith, reports or provides information about suspected sexual harassment.
Center for Excellence, the Tenth Circuit drew additional lines around the False Claims Act's anti-retaliation provision when it dismissed a claim because the alleged retaliation occurred after the employee had already been terminated.
Retaliation thrives in a culture of bullying and many healthcare organizations have this problem.
Retaliation plaintiffs need not meet Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 9(b)'s heightened pleading requirements for cases pertaining to fraud, the judge added.
The plaintiffs, 11 officers as well as two law enforcement associations for officers of color, also claim the department's leadership has not stopped a pattern of retaliation against officers who complain.
Policyholders should take specific steps to respond effectively when an insurer asserts that Section 533 precludes coverage for a wrongful termination or retaliation claim, namely: 1) understand the terms of the EPLI policy; 2) review the bases for the insurer's denial; and 3) identify the flaws in the insurer's position and forcefully demand that coverage be provided consistent with the terms of the EPLI policy and applicable law.
Retaliation, however, is not limited to just "ultimate employment decisions" like termination, demotion and reduction in pay.
We must resolve this trade dispute without resorting to job-killing tariffs and retaliation,' NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay said in a statement.
Yang's commitment to the removal of the retaliation is no doubt a welcome move.
The article offers a brief overview of Title VII and then sets forth a general description of retaliation, including the remedies for committing retaliation.
Limenta presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the phenomena of WTO retaliation, the effectiveness of WTO retaliation in a wide variety of contexts, and the myriad purposes of WTO retaliation.
Summary: The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is almost ready to issue its guidance on retaliation claims.