I was fired after discovering that my manager was having an improper relationship with temp worker. After going up the chain of command i was fired for no reason. During pre-litigation job offer was given instead of settlement, but not sure i want to work for this company anymore. What can i do beyond whats been done?
You would need to hire an attorney to review the facts and settlement offer (even if the settlement is a job offer). I'm not sure what you mean by "pre-litigation" but if you already have an attorney, you should ask your attorney or hire one. Pre-litigation just means before you have sued, but for retaliation claims, there is a prelitigation process (usually through the EEOC, but not always) that you need to go through. There are deadlines for all of those time frames, so an attorney will be able to review with you the options that are available to you. Based upon what is written here, I am unable to determine what, if any, options you have. Speak with your attorney or hire one, as time is of the essence for any employment-based claim. Best of luck and I hope I have been helpful.
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Get yourself a lawyer asap. You should review your potential remedies and the value of the job offer in light of these remedies. You also, of course, need to evaluate the strength (and therefore value) of your potential claims. Theoretically, you can do this on your own, but an experienced employment lawyer knows this stuff well.
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