Hello again and thank you for your reply. The only type of harassing work environment situation that is actually unlawful is one that is created because of bias or discriminatory intent against an employee because they are in a protected class under employment discrimination
laws. In other words, unless this behavior you described is happening because your supervisor or manager is targeting you because of your gender, race, national origin, age (over 40), religion, disability, pregnancy or AIDS/ hiv status, it would not be unlawful.
That doesn't make it right or good management, but it isn't something a lawyer can help you with. It then becomes a Company/management issue and your employer has the right to make all of the decisions about where you work and how issues are resolved. That is the nature of being an employee "at will
." Then, that puts you in the position of either doing what they want you to or facing termination
if you don't.
Of course, if you do believe you are being targeted for the illegal reasons I mentioned, and you have discussed those specifics with HR, then you can file a discrimination complaint with the State or with the EEOC
Please let me know if you need any clarification. I would be glad to assist you further if I can. I am stepping away from my office for a few minutes, but will reply as soon as I return.