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Under the GA law, unless you had a written employment contract
to the contrary, you are considered an at will
employee. Sadly, under the GA and federal law, at will employees have very few rights I am afraid, but one of those rights is to not have any action taken against you based solely on your age/race/sex/disability/national origin.
So, if this manager is terminating male employees and replacing them with only female employees, this can be what is called a "reverse discrimination
" claim. Reverse discrimination cases are usually much harder than other types of discrimination
cases to prove, because it does not impact the protected class but the non-protected class. However, if the evidence is showing he is replacing all male employees with female employees, that is strong circumstantial evidence and you can make a complaint to the EEOC
, since they must investigate and grant you a right to sue in order to go to court.
Thus, your first step is filing the complaint with the EEOC, http://www.eeoc.gov and while waiting for them you can be looking for a local attorney to represent you in this matter.