I live in a gated community and before I quit my job because of my boss. I told HR everything that she does. From breaking the labor laws, Hippa laws, taking from the job, sexual harassment, confidently laws. Yes I was a whistle blower. So I got a job with our security team in the Lake and just a few hours into the job I was told that I would have to relocate because of her. I am a member and she is not. They said that it's a conflict of interest. Thank you for your time.
You have not provided enough information. Was this position with the same employer? What is "the Lake"? Was the job change voluntary, or done by your emploer?
While I am not admitted in Virginia, generally whistle blowing refers to speaking with a public authority (police, OSHA), not in house HR.
When there is a claim of discrimination or sexual harassment, the accuser generally should not be the one moved. You need to speak with a local attorney asap.
This response is only general information and is not legal advice. It does not form an attorney-client relationship and should not be relied upon to take or refrain from taking any action. You should seek a qualified attorney before taking any action related to your inquiry.
It does not appear from your post that you were *unlawfully* discriminated against. If the discrimination was based on legal grounds, then you cannot sue. It's possible that if you properly complained in accordance with certain labor law requirements that you may enjoy some retaliation protections, but it's not clear whether your conduct met the protection standards based on your post.
The biggest problem with your post is that there are a lot of important facts missing and the relationships between the parties is not clear. Your safest bet is to contact a local employment law attorney to discuss the matter with.
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