Retaliation motivation

In a very pro-employer decision, the Supreme Court ruled that employees bringing a retaliation claim must prove an employer retaliated against them based on an illegal motivation. What that means in words we can all understand is: If the Chief fired Meredith Grey, it would be her job to prove that he was doing it for personal reasons (of which, there are a plethora to choose from).


Click here from the breakdown of the ruling from the legal masterminds at Fisher & Phillips—PRO TIP: scroll down to the bottom for “Significance for Employers.”


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