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Retaliation Claims Continue to Rise

Posted by Bob Mather on February 16, 2017

For the seventh year in a row, retaliation claims top the list of the EEOC’s most frequent charge against employers. With over 90,000 charges filed in 2016, 45% of the claims involved retaliation against an employee that either involved adverse action or discharge. The trend to file against employers for retaliatory action shows no end in sight. 2016 saw almost 5,000 more charges than 2015, with more than $482 million in recovery received from employers in the private sector and government agencies.

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Topics: Retaliation Claims, Ban the Box, Background Checks, Criminal History

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