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An employer may not intimidate, retaliate, or discriminate against employees who exercise their rights applied by the CAA. This includes opposing practices made unlawful by the CAA; initiating proceedings; making a charge; providing testimony; or participating in a hearing or other proceeding brought under the CAA. Those who assist others in these activities are also protected.

If you feel you have been subjected to intimidation or reprisal for asserting your rights under the CAA, please contact a counselor with the Office of Compliance.


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