The claimant will have to prove the following while filing with any recognized agency such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), or a Federal or State court.
1. Establish that adverse employment action was taken against you by your employer. You have probably been wondering what actions are regarded as damaging.
Adverse employment actions include but are not limited to demotion in status or responsibility, cut in pay and benefits, transfer to another part of the company, and illegal suspension and employment termination.
2. The claimant must also establish that the adverse action was taken because of unlawful discrimination and is based on any statutory categories such as age, race, and disability, among others we have mentioned earlier.
3. The plaintiff must also prove that the discrimination (if it's not the primary cause of the adverse action) is at least a motivating factor.
4. You must also establish that the damage you suffered as a result of discrimination or infringement on your civil right.
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