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Hello and thank you for entrusting me to assist you. I am very sorry to hear about the way you are being treated.
A "hostile work environment" is only illegal if the hostility relates directly to a legally protected trait, such as race, religion or gender. For instance, yelling racial slurs at an employee would give rise to a claim for hostile work environment. However, general poor or disrespectful treatment is not illegal. It's bad management, but it just doesn't violate any law.
If the harassment you are experiencing does not relate to a legally protected trait, you regretfully do not have much recourse. You can attempt to talk to corporate or work out your differences on a personal level with your boss. Beyond this, though, your only other option is to leave for alternative employment where you are treated with the respect you deserve.
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