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Mixed motive retaliation title vii sexual harassment

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The Eleventh Circuit clarifies the...

Nassarthe Supreme Court heightened the causation standard for employees claiming retaliation based on direct evidence such as explicitly discriminatory statements made by supervisors under Title VII.

What about the situation in which an employee relies solely on circumstantial evidence?

held on Monday that a...

No, according to the Fourth Circuit. Like other new hires, Foster was subject to an initial six-month probationary period.

Foster was subjected to repeated sexual harassment by a co-worker. Foster notified her supervisor and HR.

The Eleventh Circuit clarifies the...

The university investigated the incidents and disciplined the harassing co-worker. Meanwhile, Foster had her probationary period extended by an additional six months. Foster complained to her supervisors that the extension of her probation was retaliatory, as were alleged changes in her schedule, denial of light duty and tuition remission, and prohibiting her from attending a training session while on injury leave.

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