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Retaliation

A security guard refused a date from a senior manager and sued the company for sexual harassment. The court ruled that the single event did not rise to the level of harassment. However, the court ruled that the guard’s removal from her job and reassignment after the incident could be evidence of retaliation. For that reason, the guard could pursue her retaliation claim against the company.

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