Many people are surprised to learn that the most common charge at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is unlawful retaliation. Employees who complain about discrimination, or participate in an investigation of unlawful discriminatory harassment or discrimination, are often retaliated against. Employees who complain about, or participate in an investigation of, unlawful pay practices are also often retaliated against. Such retaliatory actions are unlawful. We can assist you with complaining about unlawful retaliation and pursuing your rights to remedy any unlawful conduct, or helping to ensure that you are not retaliated against for reporting potentially unlawful conduct.

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