I have suffered what I think is unreasonable, prejudiced punishment at my (industrial) job. Is there any legal recourse for me to defend against this? I'm in Manitoba, Canada.
My superior is unfairly giving me warnings. I think it's likely he's being prejudiced against me. If I get too many warnings then I will lose my job.
He gave me a warning for stretching. Workplace health and safety encourages us to stretch to prevent injury, however, I met his eye once and he gave me a warning for stretching.
He's being biased in punishing me instead of others when others have the same amount of fault. Example: I "clean up" what other workers miss, but other workers tend to leave more stuff for me to "clean up" so they aren't doing their job properly and giving me excessive work. The superior is supposed to manage the workers to do their job, but he blames only me.
He gives me excessive work when I have a permanent injury. I also have restrictions on the injury for work, but the work he orders (almost forces) me to do exceeds my restrictions.