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Rejecting a supervisor’s advances is protected activity (access required)

Although there is a split among circuits that have addressed whether an employee who rejects her supervisor’s advances and is later terminated states a claim for retaliation under Title VII, and Fourth Circuit has never decided the issue, the court aligns with the Sixth and Eighth circuits and holds an employee engages in protected activity ...