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Good morning Joseph,
Just background on me,..I have been doing property management since 1988. I have had an award winning property, with HUD inspection scores always being 97-98 out of 100, and admin reviews being "superior" which is rare.
My original supervisor went out on medical leave and a new supervisor was brought in, and her treatment of me has been demeaning, humiliating and rude. She tells me off over wrong information n, then realizes she is wrong and does not apologize. I have 4-5 complaint leltters I have already written to corp and HR. She has threatened my job twice over the last month for no good reason. I think its age related as she has made the comment to me "If the job is to much for you , let me know right away...why? so she can fire me?
Do to all the stress this has brought on me, I am now having insomnia, panic/anxiety attacks...even just being in the office. I feel its a hostile environment, and now my maint man is being rude to me after I saw him talking to my supervisor?
What do you think? Would I have a claim of discrimination and harrassament? I am filing a claim with the EEOC, ..corp offered to send me workers comp info, but I found out you cant file a workers comp stress claim unless you have been on the job for 6 months? Is that true? I was initially hired 5/6 by one company and that company sold its business to this new company , so its been 3 1/2 months.
I have never had panic/anxiety attacks before and now I am on a new medication for it, its that bad.
Thank you! Why would someone tell me I could not file a workers comp case? That is good news.
Thank you very much.
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