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Forced to resign

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What is the name of your state? TX

While working at my former place of employment, the conditions under which I worked became so unbearable that I quit. I began to suffer from health problems, as well as marital problems, caused by this stress. I brought this to the attention of HR and nothing was ever done about it. I sought medical attention, and my wife and I attendended counseling sessions.

Some of the things that occured are: Changing of my work schedule on numerous occasions, being forced to call my manager and leave a voicemail, which was time/date stamped, upon my arrival each day, and prior to my leaving each day. I was also told to learn new skills on my own, with no professional training, for functions that were not part of my job, or someone else would be hired who would. I made my employer aware of what I could and could not do with regards to what I was being asked to do, yet I was still held responsible for the areas in which I informed them I was not proficient. I was still denied professional training. My manager was allowed to attend professional training courses so that she would be able to perform her job.

Can I file a lawsuit against the company?
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I'm a Northern Girl
On the basis of the facts in your post, no, you do not have any legal grounds to file a lawsuit against your company.

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