Being treated unfairly at work is not illegal, unless it is based on your race, gender, age, religion, national origin, disability or some other protected characteristic. If you believe that is so, you should consult with an attorney to determine your best course of action.
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The world is full of rude, condescending managers who never have or will give a thought to the needs or personal potential of the employees who report to him/her. You will have to get used to that. The law does not redress these circumstances unless you have evidence to establish that the conduct is based on a prohibited ground of bias such as race, religion, etc.
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Because you have a handbook you need a consultation to review if your employer violated its terms. "Chance to achieve personal growth" is vague, however, in the entirety of relating your facts there may be a violation or not.
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