EMPLOYER DISCRIMINATION; ADVERSE ACTIONS – In General
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503.01000 – In General
The employer’s transfer of work from charging parties to other employees did not constitute adverse action when the charge failed to allege facts showing that the charging parties suffered reduced hours or loss of pay or overtime opportunities as a result. A supervisor’s critical comments about an employee’s work performance did not constitute adverse action when they were not a reprimand and did not lead to discipline. Employer’s settlement of grievances without the grievant’s consent did not constitute adverse action absent allegations that the settlement had a negative impact on the grievant’s terms and conditions of employment.