I would.. And if you have proof of even consider going further ... First about hr... They are paid by the company and unless it's really serious will always side with the company .. Good luck with your new job

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You've got nothing to lose by telling them the truth. Maybe eventually something will be done about it, if other workers feel the same way. If you keep it a secret, then it can go on, and the next person will be taken by surprise by it as much as you were.

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It can be classed also as constructive dismissal where you have such a bad time that you leave the job.Its against the law.As other answers legal advice is definitely needed.This kind of behaviour needs to be stopped

You could invite the media to attend any resulting court case.Name and shame the bully and the employer that allows it

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get it in writing, business is words, if it ain't written it didn't happen.

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Yeah I've got it all down and written.

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then get a labor lawyer, they'll tell you what you can do. then choose, need to talk you can pm me.

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talking to a lawyer costs nothing, then they'll tell you if they need money or aant a percentage. don't play when getting a lawyer it is usuallt a 1 shot deal.

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Talk to a lawyer about the feasibility of a lawsuit.

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Better to walk away. Now get a severance package or sue.

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You should keep your stories straight. Apparently, your last post contradicts this one.

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