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If you are being retaliated against for exercising your employee rights, you need to escalate the matter to your Human Resources Director. If the Director fails or refuses to address your concerns, you may inquire about the arbitration process that your employer provides to address this sort of thing. The arbitration panel would consist of both employees and management. If there is no arbitration process offered by your employer and your issue has to deal with discrimination based on your race, gender, age (40 and over), national origin, or the like, you may file complaint with U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.