No, However, You may be entitled money from pursuing a workers compensation claim if the emotional distress occurred in the course of your employment or you can pursue a claim for Discrimination against your employer if your employer discriminated against you involving your color race, gender, or sexual orientation .
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No. Not unless there was something like sexual harassment.
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In addition to the very fine comments from my colleagues, I would also suggest that you contact an employment law attorney in your local area and discuss precisely what is happening at your company. Sorry to hear of this happening to you. Best of luck.
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