Slight and annoyances at work generally aren’t tantamount to discrimination and retaliation

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Having done this now for over two decades, I understand how employers can often make employees feel underappreciated and even wronged. But not every slight and annoyance is tantamount to discrimination or retaliation.

In a recent Second Circuit Court of Appeals decision, the plaintiff, a special-education teacher, appealed the dismissal of discrimination and retaliation claims. “In a nutshell,” said the court, the plaintiff “alleged that Defendants discriminated against him based on his Orthodox Jewish religion, retaliated against him when he complained of the disparate treatment to federal and local agencies, and subjected him to a hostile work environment.”

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