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I have read your statement and it is truly unfortunate to not be appreciated or treated well at work. The problem though is that you have not described any illegal act by the employer.
The Supreme Court stated that our employment laws are not meant to be a civility code. They are not intended to set out workplace conditions, beyond safety issues under OSHA. The workplace climate is left to the employer to handle as they wish. The employer simply has to avoid discrimination due to race, religion, gender, age, disability or recent FMLA medical leave use.
Regrettably, unless you can point to one of those as the basis for the treatment you are receiving, the treatment isn't illegal. If you can point to one of those as the causing factor, then you need to file an EEOC complaint (or DOL complaint for FMLA) in your state to have the matter investigated.
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