Laid off, due to prejudice?
I wanted to ask for guidance. Due to COVID-19, the business that I work for laid me off. The business for which I work has over 100 employees. A greeter at the restaurant was my place. My colleagues have indicated to our union that, because of the company’s demand, we need extra help. There was no agreement between the union and the company and the company changed the status of many employees from furlough to lay-off. Until the center of this pandemic. I reported sexual harassment to a coworker. The company stated, needless to say, that I would not have to work with him again. He had never been rebuked, he had just been advised to stay away from me. In addition, with another employee, I have another limitation that I can not work with or be around. These two employees were working while I was on furlough. The business has not given me any option to work in other fields, and even though they say they can not afford the labor, the company is still hiring for positions. For the past year, during these problems, I have recorded this business. There is even more to this story.