Guys I need your help advice on this. My dad is 55 years old and has worked for the same company for 28 years. In the past 10 years or so he has developed some medical problems arthritis, among other things due to standing on concrete floors and working with heavy equipment. (he works in a steel mill). Before that he never took any time off and always pulled his weight + more at work . He was a supervisor but he was out of work about a year ago with a broken foot and when he came back they told him "you can keep this position, but it we will make it a living hell for you" he decided to take a major demotion in pay and do another position b/c he needs an income. Well he is out again b/c of knee surgery, he will need knee replacements in the next 2 years or so...well his job called to "check on him" and told him "by the way when you come back you job has been moved to 3rd shift " whihc means even less pay and crazy hours. This of course made my dad very upset...he has never worked 3rd shift. He wants to tell his boss to go to he** but he needs to job and won’t be able to retire for 5 more years. I see my dad becoming very depressed...my mom and I are both concerned. All he does is take his pain pills for his knee, sleep and eat. He is not the type of really speak up for himself. He job does not care about him at all and seems to want to push him out the door. They have been very disrespectful to him b/c of his medical problems. Do you all think he needs to contact the Better Business Bureau or labor board? He is not the type to stir the pot but I know he can't take the mental abuse much longer from his bosses. I do not want him to go off the edge.. He is thankful for having a job since so many do not right now...but is it worth it to come home everyday dreading the next?