What you are asking is an impossible question to answer. These mediation awards are based upon the severity of the conduct, the action or inaction of the employer, the salary/wage
of the employee, the amount of time the conduct took place (once or numerous times), the length of time the employee was out of work (while actively seeking new work, since the employee had a duty to find new employment and failure to try would reduce their award). I have had mediation awards as low as $500 (no termination
little discriminatory conduct) and the highest I have had was $100,000 (executive level employee). On average, in mediation, the claims are generally $1000-$25,000.
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