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I'm sorry to hear about your situation. Generally, there is nothing that requires that anything in the complaint be put on hold. However, you can request an injunction if you have filed a complaint. Injunctions keep the status quo during a lawsuit, but that is only if you file a lawsuit in court. If you haven't filed a lawsuit, then you won't be entitled to an injunction. If you did file a lawsuit, you can submit a request to the court to prohibit the position from being filled until the lawsuit is over.
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You could certainly argue that. In addition, you could also argue that this is retaliation for filing the complaint, which is illegal under state and federal law. That is something that you could either a) add to your damages or b) include in your complaint where you are looking to get an injunction.