First, let me say I truly sympathize with you,... once you recognize that your future is in the hands of weasels, it's a bitch. I hope others are able to offer you some useful advice,... here's mine: While you're entitled to your feelings, don't let them lead you into anything foolish or non-productive (I probably didn't really need to say that, but your anger, while justified, is pretty obvious). Any resource, within the company, is not going to protect you. Certainly, not HR, and given the nature of the situation you probably can't count on anyone in management, but, if there's someone higher up the food chain you trust, it wouldn't hurt to discuss your situation/concerns with them. Assuming that isn't feasible, I would contact a local employment attorney and ask for their advice. Chevron's pretty good at covering their bases, but every situation can be different,... short of an overt act of discrimination, I suspect any reputable attorney will tell you that you may simply be in the wrong place at the wrong time, but sincerely hope that's not the case. You didn't offer any info as to which state you're employed in,... if it's a Right To Work state, unless they violate EEOC regs, the company has the right to terminate you, pretty much at their whim. As I read your post, MY "plan of attack" might center about a class-action (assuming you can find others with proveable grievances to join in such action). Based upon my own experience, I can tell you it won't be easy and it may get expensive, although I know of one attorney in Houston who is excellent and who I would trust, completely. If you wish, I will provide her name, herein. As a layman who's been screwed over, in much the same manner you describe, I would be looking for any tangible evidence available to support a potential case,... emails, for sure,... recordings, you'll need an attorney's advice, here. Good luck to you.