Lesson 3 - matter with the EEOC However if she does not...

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In the case of Jane Smith vs. Company ABC, I would recommend that Jane file a new claim with the EEOC. Based on the fact that an anti-retaliation claim is independent of an anti-discrimination claim, she should have an easier time proving this one. The case as presented in this assignment has ambiguities. We have not been provided the employers view. I do not know if there was just cause for her termination. Based upon the little information we have to go on, I would think she should pursue the
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Unformatted text preview: matter with the EEOC. However, if she does not succeed with the EEOC, she could pursue this matter in the courts. For this particular case, it appears that Company ABC violated the anti-retaliation provision of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. I would think that Ms. Smith would have a successful claim especially since the employer did not provide a reason for her termination....
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