Customer: Hi, I'm ***** *****. I have been working in a hostile
work environment for almost 2 years. In Oct 2015, I submitted a letter to my supervisor, requesting a transfer
to another position within the company, resignation from my current position as of March 31, 2016, and 2 professional letters of reference to pursue other employment & educational opportunities. In Nov 2015, I was accused of screaming at a female co-worker. I told my supervisor that the company treatment towards me is discrimination
& rascism. The next day, I received a call not to come into the office until further notice. The following week, I received a letter accepting my resignation from my position as of Dec 31, 2015, a request to turn in my company laptop & ID badge, & I was told not to come back into the office, but that I would receive full wages
until Dec 31, 2015. I reported my company to my local county Human Rights Commission, filed a complaint of discrimination & rascism against my employer, turned in documents from my company email, and I turned recordings I made of previous meetings that I had with my supervisors. I told the commission that I am seeking to be reinstated to my position that I held with the company.
JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: In Jan 2013, I was given a verbal warning, after having a meeting with my supervisor at that time. During this meeting I requested the prescence of an HR rep, which my supervisor at the time failed to comply with. I submitted a letter of appeal to my HR dept, which was never addressed. In Jan 2013, I reported to my supervisor at that time, that a patient that I was seeing daily, as part of my job, as a home care nurse, is an extremely tough case, and I require assistance. Assistance never came & in Feb 2013, I suffered a back injury while seeing this same patient and I missed 3 months of work. When I returned, I was reassigned to a light duty assignment in the office. In Aug 2014, a female co-worker accused of threatening her by the way I stared at her. Prior to this incident, I had asked several times to have my seat moved away from this same female coworker, which was never done. After multiple meetings with company management, I was coerced into signing a paper agreeing to see a mental health specialist. After I signed this paper, I had a meeting with the head of HR and this didn't solve anything. I saw the mental health specialist in Aug , 2014. In Aug 2015, a female co-worker accused of intimidation, after I told her that she lied to me about one of our home care cases, which her supervisor confirmed her lie, which I followed up with my statement to her that she lied. I had a meeting in Sept 2015, with the vice president with the company when I verbalized my displeasure with the company's repeated treatment towards me, the lack of a non-biased or neutral 3rd party to investigate accusations against me, & how I felt that my rights were being violated.
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