Certain employee's get treated better than others... One quit and they wouldn't hire her back but three other ones quit and they got hired back.. The other three quit with out notice...And the manager also told one of my family members she couldn't hire them because i work there but yet she has her niece bother boyfriend and her baby father workin there.. I just need to know if anything cam be done bout this thanks..
There's no prohibition on treating an employee better for personal reasons, unless those reasons are based on an employee's race, age, disability, military service, sex, or a few others, which would then qualify as illegal discrimination and be actionable. Nothing in your question suggests discrimination based on one of these reasons. If, however, you believe that you are being treated differently because of one these reasons, you should speak with an employment attorney in your area immediately. If not, then you likely do not have a case.
I am a lawyer, but I am not your lawyer. This reply is not intended to be and does not constitute legal advice or the establishment of an attorney-client relationship. If you want legal advice, I invite you to contact a local law firm to discuss your case in more detail.
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