I submitted a complaint stating that I was being abused emotionally and I received with a reply "I can not accept your complaint because I have never abused you I have been very patient with you" we have no HR only the owner so what's next if it keeps happening keep submitting complains?
Way more information would be needed to advise you. What is the nature of the abuse? Is it legally actionable? What do you want to do long term? Is there a way for you to have a conference with the owners to discuss your situation? Try to resolve it.
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