Last Fall, I brought a concern to my boss about our students not quite meeting the expected standards and my boss stated she would conduct an investigation. Anyway, i found a solution to remedy the potential scandel, but things began to change for me. When I received my yearly employee eval a few months later, I was told I needed to drastically improve or else, I received a new job description and a letter of "guidance." Despite meeting all her many demands she continues to harass and publically humiliate me- she writes constant emails that state I am not doing my job and gets angry when I rebut the facts. My union suggested that I resign and says that a boss can present me as incompetent and crazy and there is nothing I can do or say to keep my job-despite proof. Is this true?
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