Thank you for your reply.
If you can prove you are treated differently based on your sex, then you can file a complaint to the EEO about discrimination
based on sex. However, absent proof of discrimination based only on your sex, you would have to file a grievance about the other conduct towards you through the union grievance process because the US Supreme Court has stated that the laws protect employees only from conduct based on their age/race/sex/disability/national origin and were not intended to create a code of civility in the workplace (they were not meant to stop bullying). See: Oncale v. Sundowner Offshore Services, 523 U.S. 75 (1998)
If once you file your complaint, your boss retaliates, then this is a separate cause of action you can sue the employer over for such retaliation
Also, if someone is stealing from the company, that needs to be reported above your boss's head to HR or security or to the EEO as well.
If this is simply bullying and they are violating the terms of your union contract AND your union refuses to submit a grievance, then you can file an unfair labor practice
and breach of contract
claim to the National or State Labor
Relations Board and you can pursue the union for unfair representation as well as the employer for violating your contract through your complaint to the labor board.
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