Employment Law

Title VII

What is an adverse employment action?

An adverse employment action is an action taken by an employer that results in a significant change in the employee’s status in the workplace. Examples of adverse employment actions include: discharges (firings), refusals to hire, promotion denials, demotions, reassignments with significantly different responsibilities, or a decision causing a significant change in benefits.


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