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Hello I work as a Respiratory Therapist at a childrens Hospital,

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Hello I work as a Respiratory Therapist at a childrens Hospital, The last time i met with my boss and Human resources they were intimidating and harrasing me, Should I have a lawyer with me during future discussions with management or can I request to tape the conversation?

Thank you for your question and I'm sorry to hear about your situation.

Can you tell me a little more about what is going on in your case?

What exactly are you meeting with management about?

What are they doing to intimidate and harass you?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

They were asking me very non specific questions about conversations in our break room, wanting me to tell them what other people are talking about. I told them I respect other people privacy and was not at liberty to talk about private conversations. They said I was less then cooperative with them, and they will note that for future reference, I asked if she was threatening me and she said no , i will know when she is threatening me. She also talked about a complaint from another employee who said she was offended by a conversation 6 + months ago, we had started getting a union in but it was blocked i didnt know if they were just giving me a hard time or just trying to create problems that dont exist

Do you have a written employment contract with your employer?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

we are non-contract

Customer: replied 4 years ago.
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please refund me

Sorry for not getting back to you sooner.

Because you are a non-contract employee, you are an AT-Will employee, which means you can be terminated for any reason whatsoever, and you do not have rights to bring a wrongful termination lawsuit if they do terminate you.

As that is the case, your employer may deny you the right to bring in your attorney with you to a meeting with your supervisor and HR.

You can request to tape a conversation. That is legal as long as everyone in the room consents to the conversation being taped.

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