I wrote a notarized letter to the board stating that I am a victim of bulling and discrimination. One week later I was terminated.
You could have a retaliation claim as well as a discrimination claim under Title VII depending on the facts of your case.
You should contact an employment lawyer who handles these types of claims.
It depends on what type of discrimination was mentioned in your grievance. If you mentioned discrimination based on race, gender, disability, national origin, religion, or age, then you may possibly have a retaliation claim. If you were only complaining about general workplace bullying/discrimination and not based on anything above, then you may not have any legal recourse as there are no general workplace bullying/discrimination laws.
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