The problem with this is that if you are not an employee with a written contract
to the contrary, you are an at will employee and this means the employer gets to make the rules here. In order for you to have any real claims against the employer, you have to have some proof that the reason the new boss is doing this is based solely upon your age/race/sex/disability and other than those reasons he would not have much of a claim against the employer other than in unemployment iif they fire you. In unemployment, all of the documentation you are putting together regarding your employment record would be justification to overcome the employer's attempts to deny benefits for misconduct issues.
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