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Write a short note on retaliation under Title VII.
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Section 704(a) of Title VII prohibits retaliation by an employer, union, or employment agency against an employee or applicant because that person has opposed any practice that is prohibited by Title VII (known as the opposition clause) or because that person has taken part in or assisted any investigation, hearing, or proceeding under Title VII (known as the participation clause). To demonstrate a case of retaliation under Section 704(a), plaintiffs must demonstrate that:
(1 ) they were engaged in an activity or activities protected under Title VII;
(2 ) they suffered an adverse employment decision or action; and
(3 ) there was a causal link between the protected activity and the adverse employment decision.
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