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‘Retaliation’ Not Cited in EEOC Charge (access required)

A hospital home health director who says she was wrongfully terminated the day she returned from medical leave for an eye problem has her retaliation claim dismissed by the Big Stone Gap U.S. District Court for failure to allege retaliation in her EEOC charge, which cited age and disability discrimination. Plaintiff’s EEOC charge stated she was ...

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