Title VII’s protections against gender discrimination can extend to former employees complaining about the severance package they were offered, according to a recent federal appeals court ruling. In Gerner v. County of Chesterfield, Virginia, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that offering less favorable, non-contractual employment benefits can be an “adverse employment action” under… Continue Reading
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