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Shockingly, this sort of reprehensible management behavior does not violate any law. In general, the law is relatively "hands off" when it comes to how employers can treat their employees. The law does not require employers to be nice, professional, or even respectful to the people who work for them. The law only prohibits harassment and unfavorable treatment that relates to legally protected traits such as race or religion( i.e. yelling racial slurs at you) in which case it may become a civil rights issue. Otherwise, though, there is no legal remedy for this sort of bad management. All you can do is complain to HR or find work somewhere else where you are treated with the respect you deserve.
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