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Termination Conspiracy

Today I overheard some disgruntled co-workers conspiring a plot against our new supervisor to get him fired for claims of unjust treatment, discrimination, and what sounded like subtle acts of sexual harassment. Of course, I know none of this is true.

I have an active job so I’m constantly moving around the office and usually see what everyone’s up to. I’ve never noticed him getting out of line with anybody or talking to employees behind closed doors. I think he’s just another eager young man with tons of ambition and a firm commitment to quality. Aren’t those strong American work values anymore? Yeah, he can be a bit of a micromanager sometimes but nothing this department’s work performance doesn’t merit.

They’re just angry because the company finally hired a department leader that’s finally holding people accountable for their work. They’ve already managed to railroad two other supervisors out of the same job and I can see the same thing happening to this poor guy. He hasn’t even been 90 days and already they want to get rid of him.

I’m dying to call them out on their BS allegations but I don’t want to get into any personal arguments or physical confrontations that are going to get me fired. I’m truly at a crossroads here. There’s got to be a way to stand up for good people!!

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Delisa Hall
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Kathryn this is what I would do. Since I'm a Christian, I would write the anonymous letter spoken of. If u have no audio/ video proof how can u go any other route? Its not like the culprits will come forward. Once u have writty the letter and sent it to his box at the job( I wouldn't send anything to his home as someone else had suggested) you have done all that u could to help him. Pray about it first and ask God to lead u.

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Roger Prophet
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You are their to do a job , mind your business before you lose your job. Management know if he's being hassle do to his performance. The truth will come out.

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Melody Schaffter
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Exactly! I know what you mean... Im one of those good people too that gets shit on and it pisses Mr off and im always having to find new jobs because of that..

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Ryan Cano
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Perhaps receiving some sort of letter or a complaint box still sounds like the right idea. I myself have a job dilemma with traveling and no information in Job sights to receive this information.

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Joanna Latimer
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Hi Kathryn, In this situation I suggest contacting someone much higher up in management to report what you have discovered. I don't think you should be fearful of losing your job for doing what is right. After all, these same individuals could one day decide to railroad you and you may be terminated too. I would report their plot, because it is disgusting to see employees lie, scheme, and use sexual harassment to hurt a supervisor. Besides, if any of the allegations are true then I'm sure that your plotting coworkers will get evidence to prove the allegations.

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Rosanna Perez
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Find yourself a team of lawyers and take legal action.

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Star Craighead
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You should prepare him and let him know you know these things to be false

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Star Craighead
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Sound like a moral issue and whats the right thing

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Carl Johnson
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Ok.

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Karen Shackelford
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you need to speak up. ask for the conversation to remain confidential. that happened to me and i wish someone would have spoken up. my great workers loved me but some of the not so good ones were lying about what i allegedly did, to get the heat off them, and it worked

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