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By Anonymous / Wednesday 20 May 2015 16:17 / Cyprus - Paphos
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By  nix1993  |  37

It might not be the most hospitable route, but you need to report her first. Especially that she's threatening to report you for nothing. If she reports you for harassment, anything you say in response will just look like you're making up excuses, unless your boss was informed beforehand.

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By  flopstar  |  21

Try to tell your boss or & if that won't work make the best of it. Even try to make a conversation with her. She might be more pleasant than she seems but sorry op.

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  flopstar  |  21

I'm just saying if she's like that & she's there to stay, he can still try to make some connection with her. Which can make his work more pleasant for him.

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Dude, she can be 'more' pleasant only if she's already pleasant, and the FML clearly implies that she's not.

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  flopstar  |  21

"Dude." I know they obviously don't like each other but if she's there to stay might as well attempt to make it better between the two of them. Wouldn't you?

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  Ms_ValS  |  27

Honestly I have to agree with Jak here. There's no silver lining to this dream girl. She almost seems to go out of her way to annoy people with her loud gum chewing and chair bashing and even has the cheek to threaten them if they ask her to stop being such a nuisance. It's bad enough that she's pretty much useless, she's actually a hindrance. Hopefully she will fail at a task soon and your boss will see her for who she truly is. Better find out that she's not a relative of management or something cuz if so, she might be in it for the long haul.

By  Meepson  |  9

Why I need meninism /s

By  niallo  |  23

I don't know how long you've worked there, but she's the new employee. Talk to your boss so the first complaint is yours. He should believe you anyway, but why take the chance.

By  worldclassrager  |  38

Can you possibly have a different place to work? But I think if she keeps reporting you for nothing you will not have much to worry about...maybe they will move her to a different spot...time will tell...

By  nix1993  |  37

It might not be the most hospitable route, but you need to report her first. Especially that she's threatening to report you for nothing. If she reports you for harassment, anything you say in response will just look like you're making up excuses, unless your boss was informed beforehand.

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  eightbithero  |  9

THIS RIGHT HERE! Is the horrible truth of sexual discrimination! A woman can say anything she wants to, and the justice system will give her the benefit of the doubt 9 times out of 10.

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