Do not know if it is illegal. My manager shows hostility when things do not go his way. Incident happened twice once with a group of employee, second time with me. I asked a question; the question was why ask me to train temporary
employees if you do not trust me? He slammed his hand on his desk on top of an orange that he had on his desk and asked why I was asking such a question. He scared that I had to walk back away from his desk, then he immediately got up and went in front of me to shut his office doors. the very next morning he spoke to the HR and accused me of being unprofessional and insubordinate and ask for my resignation or get written up for my behavior. Ever since then he has been intimidating, ignoring me and taking work from me because the other young co=workers do not have anything to do. I am 62 and my co workers are in their late 20's. or the past 5 weeks I have asked several time for work and he says he has not work to give.
JA: I'm just trying to get information to help you. Because employment law
varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?
JA: Is the employment agreement "at will
," union, full time or part time?
Customer: I work for a Catholic Diocese non-profit. I am considered a full time employee. Do not understand the agreement question? I guess so.
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: I feel they are trying to get me to quit or waiting for me to commit a severe infraction as they did to another elderly employee that was disable. I have been subjected to several slurs, jokes and comments of age. They mention needing more young employees. My manager and his boss are elderly persons but their goal is wanting young employees. i feel I am an obstacle in their plan. BTW, both manager and director are lifetime classmates and friends. My manager has worked for the Diocese for 2 years and I have been with the diocese going on five years.