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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
I work in a state nursing facility and I am an lpn. I filed a grievance about being put on different shifts when nobody else had been, and this had not been prior policy. There was no new policy to make this enforceable. The CEO stated if I didn't like it she would put me on that shift permanently. Now she has me working as a cna, I am the only lpn doing this. She also took my weekend away from me because I took medical leave and missed a weekend of work. There have been many complaints lodged but she appears to have friends within her chain of command as well. The only time anything was effective was with a lawsuit, but I want to keep my state job. What do I do?  


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