I have been working a job with harassment, and bully,. I was brought in to help pass the physical inventory. The guy that was there, wasn't doing the job. So everything I did was either taped by someone, or told it was wrong. The inventory never got better, because parts were pulled without being process, drop off in the wrong location, process from a location because of being damaged and it wasn't the location were the part was physically located.
They hired a new manager, suppose to be the grue of SAP. Wrong, asking for all of our login to our computer, I made a counting mistake 2. I was doing reports before he got there. So he changed that, he needed to send the information to the general manager. He put a paper in front of me, I glance at the paper, be talk to me like I was some kid, so I went to the office. (When I got their the other guy talk to me like a raise his voice, he was in charge or he had been there for a long time. So nothing I did or said meant nothing. So the errors kept coming, from me because of the changes. The manager said I was only good for working at Macy's my part time job. Everything I did if I made a mistake it was written up. My computer
Texas is an employment at will state. In general, that means that your employer has the right to terminate you for a good, bad or no reason at all with very limited exceptions.
Assuming you were working without a formal written contract, you don't have a claim. Texas is an employment at will state meaning employer or employee can end the work relationship at any time for any reason or no reason as long as there is no legally prohibited discrimination based on age, sex, race, et cetera. No law guarantees a pleasant working environment and you should be prepared to find another job.
If you really believe you were the victim of racial or other prohibited discrimination and that the reasons given for adverse job actions were just pretexts for the discrimination, you need to discuss the details with an employment attorney.
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