Thank you for the additional information.
It is workplace harassment which the employer should work to resolve promptly. The law does not generally prohibit harassment, but it does prohibit such conduct directed toward an individual based on their gender, pregnancy, age, race, or other protected status. That is why I asked about that as the law does not prohibit personality conflicts.
However, there are criminal statutes prohibiting harassment which the co-workers have arguably crossed with their vile conduct. Therfore, the matter could be reported to the police and if it continues, a restraining order could typically be sought to prevent such future conduct.
I would be best though to provide the employer with an opportunity to resolve the matter. If you are not sure how they will respond to your complaint, then it would be best for you to consult with a local employment law attorney who can be prepared to respond quickly to any communication or action directed at you by the employer.
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