A few months ago my department got a new floor manager; I work retail sales. He handles one side of the floor. Since he has been brought on only people in his department have been let go and all of them have been replaced by people that he knows from his former company. And I'm the next target. He has given me a written warning already. He has stated twice to me verbally that if I am 'unhappy' with the job, I should quit (getting exactly what he wants, but of course leaving me without unemployment, like that is going to happen). In the written warning I noticed that he falsified my sales per hour, stating I had 25% of what I actually have. When I mentioned this, he quickly grabbed white out and erased it from both his and my copy (it is still legible in my copy). He also erased a section stating when I had contacted to mention that I was running late. They will fire me. He does not want me there, and will find a way to get rid of me. But, since I already caught him falsifying records, can I contact the NY Labor Dept. and file a former complaint? If not, what other options are available to me to cover myself so when they do lay me off I ensure that I am not denied unemployment?