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Unfortunately, unless fired for a discriminatory reason, you have no recourse.
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Unfortunately, unless you have an employment contract or are a union member, your employer does not need a reason to fire you. She can literally fire you for no reason at all.
It is illegal to discriminate against an employee if it is based on their membership in a protected class (like their race, religion, sex, disability, etc..), but it is not illegal for an employer to treat you poorly because they have a personal problem with you.
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