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1) Why does a hostile work environment have to fall into race, religion, etc.? I thought a hostile work environment was simply the employer making it unreasonably difficult to do your job by his/her behavior towards you. The work environment I was forced to work with was constantly interfering with my job and my ability to supervise my employees. It caused me severe distress and became so stressful, I had to go on anti anxiety medication.
2) There was also a Breach of Contract question and the limitations to file suit on that basis. Again it is confusing because I worked for the corporation located in FL., but also worked and was paid for by one specific property where my office was located in TN. which was then billed back to the other properties located in TN., NC and FL.
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