This appears to be a viable case of retaliation for reporting the sexual harassment, which is prohibited by state and federal law. You only have 300 days from the date of the retaliatory acts to file a formal complaint with the state fair employment and housing commission alleging retaliation for filing the complaint, so you need to file the complaint promptly.
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The agency may investigate, mediate, litigate, or issue a right to sue letter. Ask them for attorney referrals and look for a local attorney to represent you through this process.
You are typically entitled to lost wages and benefits due to the retaliatory acts and may also be entitled to punitive damages.
Since you are on FMLA leave, that typically protects your job for the time being, but it is critical to get this process started as soon as possible.
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