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Based on the facts you gave there is no action she can take which will make a difference. Washington, like most other states, is what is known as an "employment at-will" state. This means that an employer is free to do as they choose unless their actions are based on race, age, gender, etc. The law in Washington provides absolutely no protections against an employee treated rudely or unprofessional in any way. So, any report she files will likely just be stuck in a cabinet somewhere and ignored. In addition, an employer can sanction or even terminate an employee for any reason (other than the ones discussed above), no reason, or a reason that is absolutely incorrect.
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