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My boss forced me to sign a legal document when I did not want to at all. He gave me no choice and told me everything would be ok. Well it didn't sit nice with me afterwards and plus issues were starting to arise. I asked him how we could fix this and he denied ever even knowing anything. He also took me in his office and told me to drop it and never bring it up again. He was not nice about it at all. I went to HR and during the investigation by HR the entire office spoke about it even though it is supposed to be confidential. Work became unbearable and I was afraid of my boss so I resigned. Now I am out of work and it just isnt fair! The boss was demoted but still works there. I probably shouldn't have resigned but i did. what should I do? Is there anything i can do?  
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Go to the Labour Office or Ministry that deals with Employment Issues or just go to your a community service centre/ human service centre that offers legal aid. Explain exactly what happened and how your boss and the HR "handled" your concern. There's a few things you can fight for here and you still have options, depending on how long ago this incident happened. It's usually best to seek legal help as soon as you are fired, or have resigned for these reasons. Good luck to you.
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How did they force you? Gun to the head? No one can force you to do anything. If you think someone did, then you are likely incorrect. You made a decision to sign it.

It seems that you made a series of bad decisions.

Your only option at this point is to find another job. Good luck with your search, and please, dont do something that doesnt feel right from now on. Don't allow yourself to get bullied.
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I suggest you go back to your employer and request for re-instatetment.
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