I have been with my company for 2 years. My manager has been here for a year. I believe I am not who he would have hired for this position and because of that he is trying to make me so miserable I will leave. There has been so much harassment I feel and he has turn this into a hostile work environment. I have multiple multiple examples just one of them though is I had surgery on my leg and ankle (the injury did not happen at work). My doctor does not want me walking more than 70 feet so I can recover. He makes me walk 1/4 mile to go to meetings. He has been told by HR the situation and he just seems to not care. I have called a few layers locally and they all want 200-300 for a consult. I dont want to also have to pay that to each attorney that I meet with because maybe I wont go with the first person I call.
Mere favoritism is not illegal, unless it is based upon a protected class. However, it seems that you might be designated as disabled for the purposes of the Americans With Disabilities Act, which means upon a request, your employer must make reasonable accommodations if it will allow you to perform the essential functions of your job. It also cannot discriminate against you on account of your disability.
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