My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: United States Government
Hello, I need help. I work in Loss Prevention. I am practically managing a Loss Prevention program without a management position. My productivity is measured on the number of shoplifters and employee thefts I catch. The problem is, my bosses assign me a lot of administrative tasks. I am overseeing almost 20 stores, and I deal with thefts, safety, and internal control issues, organizing community events, doing price controls, and assisting managers. My boss calls me constantly to get tasks done. His boss has been dogging me to get my productivity up and threatened to cut my hours if productivity goal is not met by year end.
Last year I was rated negatively. I feel I have been set up by my boss to look bad then set up by the other boss to be written negatively. Since the negative write up the other boss made a communications that the "productivity goal" was not achieved, and has been mentioning something to me on a monthly basis. In the past I have even been written negatively when I have met the goal. Is this not some form of harassment? I also feel if I mention something then the bosses will really start bullying and setting me up for sure. I need legal advise on how to handle this situation properly and prove the injustice of it. I would also like to prove that my productivity cannot be measured based on theft statistics alone since the program encompasses so much administrative. I would also like a management title when I am managing the area. I need legal groundwork to stand on. I am hoping to find some advice here and am asking to be pointed in the right direction.