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I am a Licensed professional working in the government job. This is the worst place to work in my entire life.
I am regulated by professional license, when I say no due to, something doesn't fit in ethics or practice area, I experience severe retaliation.
They created extreme situation by bullying, harassment, discrimination etc. (by force) to resign.
This is small agency and I have highest qualification for where money goes.
I am getting much less Salary & Wages then junior in other agency? why? are there different rules based on race?
Is it legal for my boss to bully me at work?
Multiple issues
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  socrateaser replied 1 year ago.


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