I was getting screamed at by a former floor manager, he would come into my work space just to yell at me for non work related issues and would tell at me for taking a break. Now his son is doing the same thing to me. He purpusly double parks me so im unable to leave on break to the store. He will make comments and laugh at/about me while I'm working.
If you are being harassed at work, you need to report it to Human Resources. It sounds like you may already have as more facts are needed. If you are being threatened by a third party, I recommend you contact the police. You may also want to contact an employment attorney in your area.
It depends on where you work and what you reported. Michigan is an 'at will' employment state. This means the employer has a lot of leeway in how it treats its employees. It can fire you for no reason or even completely false reasons. There are exceptions to this rule including being singled out or treated differently because of your race, age, gender, national origin, weight, religion, height, marital status, and a couple of others. The employers also cannot retaliate against you because you report a suspected violation of law or because you refuse to violate the law. If you believe that your situation falls into anyone of these categories you need to contact an attorney in your area that specializes in Employment law as soon as you can. If you think that the supervisor is treating you poorly because he just doesn't like you then chances are you will need to find another job.
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