Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer You most likely do not have any sort of grounds for a civil suit. The only possible grounds that you might have is that you were discriminated against due to a disability, in this case that your diagnosed ADD is so severe that it constitutes a disability and has a major and severe impact on your everyday life. However, the store manager would have had to have known that you were disabled in order to have discriminated against you based on that reason.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer Yes it is legal. Unless you have some sort of collective bargaining agreement that says otherwise, they can pay workers whatever they want above the mandatory minimums.
Paul Stanko's answer Indiana is an employment at will state. While that employer conduct seems over the top, your recourse may be limited, unless those policies are being imposed in a discriminatory manner.
Timothy Coe's answer Employment discrimination is discrimination based on race, gender, color, national origin, religion or disability that causes an adverse employment action. It does not seem like this situation would fit into one of those categories. I would recommend contacting the hospitals HR and dealing with it internally.
Timothy Coe's answer Need more information on the particulars of the case. It would be extremely difficult to prove constructive discharge because of religion. Discrimination based on religion which led to you feeling the need to quit, but then again I would need more information.
Paul Overhauser's answer In Indiana, defamation is considered a personal injury, so it is subject to a two year statute of limitations. There can be some exceptions, such as if the defamed person is a minor.
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