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Asked on: 7/19/13, 12:41 pm

I was allowed an out of state job transfer from TX to AZ within the same company, same position and did not need to apply or interview. Now, 1 yr later, due to family issues i need to return. My transfer back was approved by the boss of both sites, but im now being asked to apply and interview by the managers in TX and I'm certain its because of their personal, not professional opinion of me. What is the best course of legal action to take?

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Answered on: 7/19/13, 6:41 pm by Adam Kielich

If you believe it is a matter of the managers not liking you then there is no legal recourse. You are not entitled to be liked at work. If you are being treated differently than other coworkers on the basis of a protected status and you do not get the job then you may have a claim of employment discrimination.


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