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I am sorry to learn of your work environment and I understand your concern.
The first thing you should do is carefully review your employee handbook/manual to see if it outlines a process for dealing with performance reviews that you take issue with. If there is a process outlined in the manual, follow it. If there is not a process outlined in the manual, make an appointment with HR, meet with one of their representatives, explain your concern, and seek their assistance in helping you develop a better relationship with your manager.
Remember, the law does not require that your manager like you.
Secondly, when you are reviewing your manual, look to see if it includes language that says that you are an at-will employee or that your employment is at-will. At will employment basically means that you can be terminated at any time and for almost any reason and you have no recourse. Separately, you want to see if your manual provides any progressive
Once you become more familiar with your company's internal personnel policies
and procedures, then you'll have an idea of what your options really are. Each company is different and, truly, the devil is in the details.
Good luck and best wishes for better days ahead! I hope that you find this information to be helpful and this answer to be ACCEPTable!