Eleventh Circuit Finds HR Employee’s Assistance with EEOC Charge Reasonable

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In late September, the Eleventh Circuit reversed a grant of summary judgment for Kia Motors Manufacturing of Georgia, Inc. on race and national origin retaliation claims brought by one of its HR managers. In the split decision, the majority found that the HR manager engaged in protected activity under Title VII, despite Kia’s claim that the manager encouraged or even solicited other employees’ EEOC charges.

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