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If you filed a complaint about sexual harassment and your hours have been cut and now they do not put your hours back where they were previously, then you would have good cause to file a complaint with the EEOC
for you filing a sexual harassment/hostile
work environment complaint.
They can tell you not to discuss the matter with any employees, but they cannot stop you from filing a complaint about this with the EEOC if they do not put your hours back to where they were. You can continue job hunting for a better job as well, but you also need to inform the upper store management that your hours are still being kept short and this is retaliation and ask them to step in and then if they refuse, you need to go to the EEOC.
If they give you your hours back, then you need to just continue on working and if you have to deal with these other employees or this manager and you are afraid he will lie about you, then try to have a witness with you when you go over there to deal with him and also keep a personal journal with everything you do when you do have to go over there to deal with him so that if he tries to lie you have something to prove he is lying about you.
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