RPF comment was a reference to a slow progression of being more and more abusive,demanding,uncaring and more importantly unappreciative. As progression of scientology has been introduced into the company the progression of inappropriate behavior and disturbing personality change of my boss has escalated. If I become completely convinced that Scientology is the cause of this companies problems I will leave the company. I'm not looking for a law suit. However, I have a family to take care as do most of the other employees so unfortunately to assure your families best interest you are forced to indur behavior that may be unacceptable until you can improve your employment situation. My boss has had no problem telling us in this economy if you don't like it try the unemployment line.
I understand your situation perfectly, but in the United States, unfortunately, employers have the advantage under "right to work" laws that give them the right to hire & fire anyone for anything, and in multiple cases, do so, thereby, violating the law but covering up employer misconduct by claiming the employee's work performance was at fault. You only have to Google "employer abuse" and there are thousands of references to complaints & lawsuits against nasty employers. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right-to-work_law
I suggest you read: http://counterknowledge.com/2008/12/for ... nt-rights/
When it comes to a Scientologist employer using the workplace as a means to force employees to take cult courses or be fired, your only option is to file a lawsuit, I'm afraid. If you threaten him with legal action, he'll find a reason to fire you. Bad employers could care less about your financial situation or how the economy affects you. In their eyes, loyalty is paramount. Do what you're told without complaint or question. Otherwise, find another job.