Retaliation: The Form of the 21st Century Employment Discrimination Case Solution

During the last decade, retaliation as a basis for claims of discrimination in employment has increased dramatically from 4th to 2nd place (after the race), an increase of 46%. By definition, revenge is the act of an employer, a manager, inflicting an adverse action (such as discharge, discipline or demotion) against an employee who has filed a discrimination complaint. Claims Retaliation opens the possibility of punitive damages, examples of which are given. Based on 1,361 cases from a database of 21, the characteristics of claims of retaliation are presented and provide recommendations to prevent and manage such claims.
by
Mz Sincoff,
Michael Z. Sincoff,
William M. Slonaker,
Ann C. Wendt
Source: Business Horizons
8 pages.
Date Posted: November 15, 2006. Prod #: BH212-PDF-ENG
Retaliation: The form of the solution of the employment discrimination case in the 21st century

Retaliation: The Form of the 21st Century Employment Discrimination Case Solution
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