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Over the course of 3 years, husband & wife co-owners/managers confronted me (& other employees) with humiliating verbal abuse & unwarranted accusations. After the third such incident in one week, I submitted a letter of resignation. I feel that I have been denied the opportunity to continue my employment in a reasonable, acceptable working environment. Since I resigned, would it be appropriate to file for unemployment until I can find other work.  
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Yes, but you must prove there was a hostile environment. Sounds like there was. Too bad you've already resigned, now it seems your only option is a professional attorney to get at them. It seems that since they were the main bosses of the whole biz that your only option was to resign, on second thought. In any case, when you file for unemployment, you must file a claim that this was a hostile environment. The unemployment office may help you with that. One of my friends got fired and draws unemployment because of hostile environment. I hope this helps. Good luck
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I would like to suggest that you have the full right to sue them for using abusive languages at workplace, you are not only an employee you r a person and all employees should be treated with respect and dignity.But you should not have resigned ,that seizes your right to claim.
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