For what you describe, there is no strict formula for determining what is a fair settlement offer. Otherwise, all settlement negotiations would be relatively easy once liability is established.
You should consult with your attorney as to what would be reasonable under the circumstances. One informal question you should ask yourself is what would it take to make you feel "whole" again.
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How many years you were there? What is the timeline between the complaint and the subsequent acts of retaliation? What is your salary? I simply have too many questions but you can start with those.