Most anti-discrimination laws also contain an anti-retaliation provision. That means the Congress has made clear that they want employees to come forward with concerns they have about employment discrimination. If your employer then turns around and retaliates against you for doing that, there are clear remedies that apply and that you can seek relief for in court under this anti-discrimination and anti-retaliation statutes.
For example, Title VII clearly outlaws anti-retaliation. A number of complaints are filed each year by employees who have not only said that they were discriminated against at work, but after raising those complaints they found themselves either fired or demoted in retaliation for raising their concern.
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