Hi everyone sorry for an incoming text wall, but I feel like I'm in a rough spot.I've been an NP for a little over a year and working for an internal medicine practice that I have generally enjoyed. The pay is solid and my physician boss is great. Over the last few months, the practice has had turnover issues with our MA's and it's basically because the office manager treats them terribly, is a pathological liar, and I think she's framed some of them for her own mistakes. For the most part, I generally have tried to ignore it since I don't have to deal with the office manager and my boss treats me well. However, it does bother me seeing what is essentially young women (many with kids) making just above minimum wage, being treated so poorly.My borderline concern recently changed when the officer manager fired my MA (who was an amazing worker) for calling in when her 1 year old son was sick at the hospital (it was her first call in). Then this week I learned that the practice has been forcing all the MA's to edit their time cards to remove any overtime (which is a federal crime). An MA that has been there for a while has told me they always do this. I'm in a situation where I love my job, but hate the way the other employees are treated, and now I know they're also denying employees on the lowest rung of society fair wages. I want to tell my owner-boss since he is likely oblivious, but his wife is the one in charge of the payroll, and he seems to implicitly also trust his Office Managers decisions. I feel like if I say something, it'll get ignored, and could possibly offend him. To top it all off, a new opportunity has presented itself, although it would make me feel really guilty for leaving the current practice since he trained me in school and gave me my first job. So I'm basically trying to figure out what others would do in a similar situation. Right now I'm leaning to taking the new job and offering to stay on part time rounding in some of his facilities since that's where I make a big chunk of coin for the practice anyway. It would work out since the new job would be week on week off scheduling, and I would feel less guilty about leaving if he doesn't like that (and I would also remove myself of the office politics by being strictly inpatient rounding). I would also likely tip off the EEOC anonymously.Sorry again for the long read. Any thoughts?