Which of these activities can you legally be fired for?
· Reporting unsafe working conditions to OSHA
· Reporting a coworker to your supervisor for sexually harassing someone else
· Reporting your employer to the police for doing something illegal
· Reporting your supervisor for discriminating against you
· Taking FMLA leave
· Participating in your coworker’s EEOC investigation
None of the above: it is considered retaliation and is a violation of Illinois law for an employer to discipline or fire you for engaging in any of these activities. If you have been the victim of retaliation, contact us for a free, 30-minute consultation with an employment attorney.