My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Pennsylvania
Until today, I was employed by Walmart. I worked in a high traffic service area. One of the Assistant Managers made a "joke" about me using my "skills" to jump up high to reach an extension cable hanging from the ceiling. Another coworker asked "are you saying that because she is black?" He then proceeded to instruct me to dust the tv display wall and I responded with a statement that he took offense to. I was called in the office and given a written warning and a decision day. A few weeks later, the same A.M. told me he did not want to see me working behind my counter unless I was helping customers. I was to be dusting shelves or zoning products. There are duties that I need to perform that can only be done behind the counter. None of my other coworkers in the department were told the same. There were times when two or three of them were in a huddle at the second counter and yet I was always singled out and asked what I was doing. This continued for about two weeks. Today my immediate department manager gave me a project to do behind my counter. I was to empty boxes, count the contents, label, and mark the boxes. There were about 10 very large boxes with approx 15 different products that needed labeling. This took me most of the day because I still had to assist customers, answer the phone and straighten another department. The associates at the next counter had their own projects behind their counter. After I completed my day, I was called in the office and terminated for being behind the counter.
Would this be considered a wrongful termination?