They denied me a break twice then they let me have them after I complained. They spread rumors and talked about me when I was standing right there. My boss knew I had social anxiety and I couldn't handle it. They never counselled me or wrote me up I was in my 90 days. Apparently they filed a complaint with EEOC and we're planning to fire me but I quit first. Is it going to continue
More facts are needed and I recommend that you contact an employment attorney in your area. By quitting, you are more than likely not eligible for unemployment benefits if you apply.
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