Hostile Environment and Backstabbed by Human Resource
I have a Supervisor that is real young 25 years of age and I am 43 which I don't have a problem with the age differential. My Supervisor started a habit forming of being out from work so I started documenting the days she was out from work. Sometimes she would miss two full weeks from work and she did not use any of her vacation time. She started falsying time as though she was at work. I had to handle all her work. When she is at work she does not do really nothing but talk on her cell phone and dictate to me what needs to be done. I am always doing all the work. When I tried talking to her and try to explain to her that the work needs to be equally shared she will call the Main warehouse Supervisor and we end up on a conference call and it always turn out like I am the problem. What lead to a forcible resignation she called them stating I am not talking and not communicate. I had the Supervisor and the Regional Supervisor shows up at the work place after she went and call and made up untold stories for them to be on her side. They kept saying I broke the chain of command. I often ask for policy and procedures which i never received. While sitting in the conference trying to explain the problem with me and my supervisor I was laughed at and humiliated. She
don't like to work and several times she has taken 3 hours lunch break. When I blowed the whistle on her about taking long lunch break she sat and lied she never took but a 1 hour lunch break. She told Corporate Human Relations she only went out for an hour. I have caught her in so many lies and it's hard to work with a person who constantly lies and don;t have work initiative. She was suspended with out pay after falsying time. When she returned back to work it was hell to pay. She had it out for me. She call and lie on me and often tells me that the Supervisor over me and her tells her that people had called in stating I want her job. I never wanted her job I am always doing her job and my job with no complaints because she is hardly ever at work. I don't know if I could get unemployment after being forced to resigned and harassed.
You can try, but I would rather of heard about how you can prove all this .. since you're the moving party.
I think you need to talk to an attorney
first and see if you have anything which might amount to "age discrimination" .. since you say you didn't have a problem with her young age, but suggest she had a problem with yours.
Once we turn 40 we can be discriminated against on the basis of our age.