so my understanding of your answer is, if it not based on race, sex, age, disability or religion, an employee can not sue her employer.
I was promoted to president of our company in feb of 09, in dec of 09 i was told i was no longer
president but now i held a lesser title
. i was given no reason, no warning, no opportunity
to cure whatever he thinks i did or didn't do. now he is taking away job tools i need to perform
my job, (i am still expected to perform ALL of the duties of the president). for example, i am no
longer able to write checks out of the company check book. 3 years ago he added me to all of the
business accounts so i could handle all of the banking for our company. i went so far as to
set up new accounts (with his permission) within our bank as we needed them as our company grew. today i received an e-mail stating i could no longer write checks with out his prior written approval. again, there was no reason given, just the"new rule" this is one of many many examples of his policy
changes with no explanation. i am under the impression he is making it difficult to perform my job duties so i give up and quit. on monday he asked me two give my two week notice and spend the next two weeks training my replacement. i declined. are there no options available to me. i have run this company almost entirely by my self for the last three years, i would hate to just walk away.