I had a similar situation happen to me when I worked at Target in regards to retaliation. I was out on vacation and when I returned, my store had a number of phone calls to the Hotline because my store manager was "yelling" at them in front of other employees and "accusing them" of taking long breaks. My store was a "focus" store, so this alerted the district level leaders. When they asked me what the situation was, I told them about my store manager's behavior. After that, everything went downhill with my manager. Where he was supportive before, now he was coming down on me for small issues and disrespectfully talking to me in front of my peers. He eventually told me to either quit or risk being "written up." If I decided to leave after getting a write up, he'd have to tell people I was "written up." I was called "selfish" and consistently "missing the small things", like not putting napkins out when we had a spread for the employees. I still feel Target is an innovative company with an excellent business model, but the politics get in the way. An open door is not truly an open door when you can not trust your leaders and retaliation exists.
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