My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: OHIO
I work at a call center, we have a client in NY that we work for. I was interviewed for a supervisor position and two things happened that I am not sure are legal or not. One of the interviewers asked me this question, "why are you even applying for this job when you have a reputation as being rebellious towards management?" This question I was not expecting and I got nervous and answered with information about my personal finances and personal matters. I did not get the job and when the manager told me this he said, "you werent even eligible for the position I just wanted your input."
Another time I entered the manager's office and he said he heard that I was going to file a complaint with corporate (our client) and threatened that if I do I could lose my job.
I also issued a formal complaint against two of the managers at my location for the interview question to my head boss. He called me into his office and said he talked with them already and there's nothing he is going to do about it and said I took it wrong and the question was to see how I would react to situations a supervisor may face. I dont know how "why did you even apply for this position when you have a rep as being rebellious towards management" has anything to do with how I would react to a situation?
Are these questions legal?