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By fucked5waystofriday - / Friday 19 February 2016 19:51 / United States - Angola
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By  friedpwnadge  |  25

He's a grade-A psychopath. Tell HR your suspicions and tell them exactly what he will do when you don't resign. Even better, pretend to concede to his will and maybe he'll say some things you can record.

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By  friedpwnadge  |  25

He's a grade-A psychopath. Tell HR your suspicions and tell them exactly what he will do when you don't resign. Even better, pretend to concede to his will and maybe he'll say some things you can record.

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  pandemonium307  |  10

when I was being my own boss I am the strictest slave driving demanding person of myself. no sick days, some times I work for free and working 12 hour days with no lunch break. which if any other employer did that to me they'd be in big trouble.

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  Brandi_Faith  |  33

Don't forget that this is FML and you're only hearing about the bad bosses out there. There are a lot of great ones out there, you just never hear of them (especially on here).

By  FemskyD  |  25

keep the recoarded bit, stay untill he fires you and milk this dude for every penny you deserve to get. if future employers ask just explain the situation or show the recordings

By  FemskyD  |  25

turn the tables! threaten witg your recordings in social media to ruin him and his company

By  Dave_Davington  |  26

You're actually very lucky he feigned ignorance. Recording a phone call without letting the other person know that you're recording counts as wiretapping. Had you tried to use a recorded phone call to make a point to HR, you could end up in a hell of a lot of trouble.

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  ninjuh_wingman  |  29

No it's not. Wiretapping requires a third party recording a conversation without either party knowing. It's not illegal in most states for someone to record a conversation between themselves and another person without the other person knowing.

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  Real4Real  |  11

Indiana is a "one-party consent" state so OP is good, make sure you look up your state... A lot are "two-party or all-party consent" it would be illegal in Michigan just over the border

By  GrumpyGrinch  |  19

Shitty situation. He can make your work life really miserable if he wants. And he probably has done this before, has experience. But! Does he know that you don't have a recording of the first conversation? Make him unsure. When I was talking with my difficult boss I always had my handbag on the table. He couldn't know if there is a device inside. Admit, I had it because my locker wasn't locking properly. But as long as it worked.

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