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Can I get fired for reporting discrimination or harassment to my employer?

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Can I get fired for reporting discrimination or harassment to my employer?

California law prohibits retaliation against employees who make good-faith reports of discrimination or harassment in the workplace. In fact, your employer has an obligation to receive your complaint, investigate your complaint, and take appropriate action to stop discrimination or harassment from occurring. If you find that you’ve been terminated shortly after making a complaint, you may have a claim for retaliation or wrongful termination.

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