DAMAGE TO EMPLOYEE’S PROFESSIONAL REPUTATION COSTS AGENCY $4,000

EEOC just issued another decision awarding an employee $4,000 in damages for the “embarrassment, frustration, social isolation, and injury to his professional reputation” he suffered when his manager confronted him about his EEO charge and it turned into a “heated discussion.” Check out yet another EEO retaliation victory for an employee.  (Webster v. Panetta, EEOC Appeal No. 0120102276, 9/20/11.)

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