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Work: ADA Protections 101: Discrimination, Harrassment

Can I Be Retaliated Against For Enforcing My Rights Under The ADA?

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In a word: No.

The ADA prohibits retaliation by an employer against someone who:

  • Opposes discriminatory employment practices.
  • Files a charge of employment discrimination.
  • Testifies or participates in any way in an investigation, proceeding, or litigation. 

People who believe that they have been retaliated against may file a charge of retaliation with the EEOC.

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