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  • Any employee who has engaged in “protected activity” is protected by law from being retaliated against because of that “protected activity.”
  • “Protected activities” with regard to harassment include:
    • Making a complaint to a supervisor, manager or another person designated by your employer to receive complaints about harassment
    • Making a report of suspected harassment, even if you are not the recipient
    • Filing a formal complaint about harassment
    • Opposing discrimination
    • Assisting another employee who is complaining of harassment
    • Providing information during a workplace investigation of harassment, or testifying in connection with a complaint of harassment filed with a government agency or in court