Thank you. On this website, I do not always get to give good news, and this is one of these times.
There is no law against workplace BULLYING. An employer can be as mean as they want to. So there is no way to force
the employer to stop bringing you into this.
An employer simply cannot do something because of one of the following:
(discrimination based on race, religion, creed, etc; or, a retaliatory termination due to a claim made by an employee
POLICY (if one has a contract that disallows such a termination)
-COVENANT OF GOOD FAITH (firing an employee to avoid paying a benefit, for example)
Otherwise, he can continue to be mean to you, arguably. The only thing that someone in your situation can do is - if you quit - to argue that this constituted workplace harassment
Workplace harassment for purposes of civil litigation
means sexual harassment
. This is not what I am talking about, however. Workplace harassment for purposes of unemployment means that you quit because you could reasonably not be expected to continue to work in such a hostile environment.
Although unemployment typically is not granted to people who QUIT, workplace harassment is an exception, allowing one to get unemployment if if one quits herself.
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