I hope this message finds you well, present circumstances excluded. I am a licensed attorney with over a decade of employment law
experience. It is a pleasure to assist you today. Unfortunately, unless you think this treatment stems from a root cause of discrimination
against you based on your race, gender, age or handicap, there is not a lot that you can do. You need to be mindful of company policies and if you see your superiors breaching those policies towards you, you need to document that as well. Try to document everything for that matter. Communicate as much as possible through email. Confirm conversations and decisions via email, etc. If at some point in the future, something changes that makes this something that is legally actionable, that documentation will be key. I wish there were more legal avenues of redress here for you, but there are not. The law certainly favors the employer in this setting - and not the employee (outside of the federal protections afforded relative to discrimination). While this seems to be a hostile
work environment (it is in reality), it is not legally unless there is some form of discrimination involved. If you feel as though you are being discriminated against, then you should file a complaint with the EEOC
immediately. They will investigate and if they find evidence of discrimination, they will allow you to sue in federal court. Moreover, the EEOC and federal law protect those that have filed EEOC complaints from retaliation
. So, they cannot fire you or harm you for filing an EEOC complaint against them. Let me know if you have any other questions. Please also rate my answer positively. Best wishes going forward!