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This is an unfortunate situation, however under the law
an employer can make any rules in regards XXXXX XXXXX conditions, and even restrict employees complaints if they want, unless the complaints are about an employee discrimination.
Under the law, only harassment and hostile work conditions are protected if they relate to an employees race, gender, age, or disability,
if the reason he is being abused is not due to the above, there is little he can do,
In terms of legal action, it is possible to sue the employer for a constructive discharge,
that is when an employee is forced to quit due to the work conditions at work,
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