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What Can You Do After An Employee Engages in "Protected Activity?"

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Your first question may be, "what is protected activity?" Protected activity can be any opposition done internally or externally to illegal discriminatory action or illegal activity of the employer. The opposition must be clear and specific. It is insufficient for the employee to complain verbally or in writing that he or she has been treated unfairly without identifying the unlawful basis for the unfair treatment.

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