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Hi @Conundrum2016

 

As other posters have mentioned, the facts you have described might constitute illegal retaliation and wrongful termination, but it will depend on the specifics of your situation. FindLaw has some helpful articles about retaliation and wrongful termination that you may want to check out:

 

Let us know if you have additional questions!

The FindLaw.com Team

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If the conduct was in violation of a law for which your employer was subject, then yes, it would be impermissible retaliation for you to be fired for making a proper, good faith report of the violation. If you complained about your supervisor more generally, it wo7uld be legal for the employer to side with them over you.

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