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'Blacklisting' for prior EEOC complaints may be retaliation

Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act outlaws retaliation against applicants or employees because they have filed EEOC complaints or participated in EEOC proceedings. That obviously means you can’t hold it against an employee for having previously filed an EEOC complaint against your...
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