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I am an independent insurance agent that is a 1099 worker. One of the supervisors, or "Coordinators" that works in my office bullies his subordinates, or "team members." Specifically, he threatens to have them fired, if they do not meet his team goals, or does not follow the rules that he sets forth. He leads new agents to believe this is possible, which it is not, but they are not aware of it. Many of the agents on his team are scared and unsure what is right or wrong and they fear being in "trouble" or being fired for not following his "rules" or meeting goals. Does this constitute harassment, or misclassification of employee status? The supervisors above this person in the corporation state that they cannot do anything about it, is this true?