Thank you for the information. However I don't see in the facts that you shared where there is any unlawful harassment
or bullying taking place. If you have an employment contract
that they are violating, then you could assert your rights with a breach of contract
action. If you are being targeted for an adverse employment action, which at this point there is none, because you are a member of a protected class under employment discrimination laws, then at that point, you might have a discrimination claim you could make. However, that is the only way in which alleged workplace harassment or bullying can be pursued. In other words, there is no such thing as a general cause of action for harassment or bullying in the workplace absent unlawful discrimination. They must both exist. Otherwise, although unprofessional and arguably poor management, the actions would not be unlawful.
Again though, if you have a written employment contract, there might be some right there that you could assert.
If you do ultimately get demoted in pay or terminated, then if you believe that the action was motivated by your membership in a protected class, then as I mentioned, you might have a discrimination complaint that you could file with the Washington Human Rights
Commission and/or the EEOC.
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